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Vines Cabernet Franc (5 %), Cabernet Sauvignon (65 %), Merlot (30 %)

Color: Bright ruby red.
Smell: The nose is fine and elegant, with notes of small red fruits and cherry, delicately spiced notes of licorice and minerals.
Taste: On the palate it is balanced, full-bodied, fresh with silky tannins and excellent persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for red meat dishes, pasta dishes with sauce, salami and medium-aged cheeses.

Soil: River deposits on a stony, permeable and mineral-rich limestone substrate.
Harvest: Manual.
Fermentation: At controlled temperature.
Aging: For 12 months in French oak barriques, 25% new.

Château Cantenac Brown

John-Lewis Brown (1769-1851) purchased the estate in the early 19th century and decided to build a Tudor-style castle in the village of Cantenac that recalls its Scottish origins. The building is one of the most unusual in the Médoc region and is surrounded by a remarkable English-style terrain. The quality of the wine was recognized in the classification of 1855, when Château Cantenac Brown was included in the expansions. The Bordeaux wine merchant and owner of several estates in Médoc, Louis Armande Lalande (1820-1894), expands the building while maintaining the same architecture. At the end of 2019, the Le Lous family takes the helm of this gem from the Margaux denomination and pursues the excellent work done by its predecessor. José Sanfins still leads this new project and adds value to this magnificent terroir, with great respect for the soil, the vine and its environment. Carried by new investments, this ambition takes place at every stage of the winemaking process, transforming one of the best Margaux wines year after year. The vineyard covers 118 acres (48 ha) and is composed of 30% Merlot, 65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc, the average age of the vines is 35 years old.

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