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Chateau Brane Cantenac - Margaux
Die Weine dieses Chateaus gehörten bereits lange vor den Klassifizierungen 1855 zu den berühmtesten des Medocs. Gegründet wurde das Weingut im 18. Jahrhundert von Familie Gorce und befindet sich seit 1920 im Besitz der Familie Lurton. Sein Sohn Henri übernahm 1992, nachdem er zuvor verschiedene Erfahrungen in Südafrika, Australien und Chile gesammelt hatte, die Verwaltung des Weingutes. Hohe Qualitätsanforderungen und den Drang zur stetigen Verbesserung, verbunden mit einer großen Portion Tradition, in Kombination mit dem Modernen zeichnen dieses Weingut aus.

Allergene: Enthält Sulfite.

Alkoholgehalt: noch nicht bekannt

Verantwortlicher Lebensmittelunternehmer: Chateau Brane Cantenac, 33460 Cantenac, Frankreich

Erzeuger/Abfüller: Chateau Brane Cantenac, 33460 Cantenac, Frankreich

Weinname Jahrg. Größe Kisten Preis/Kiste
2018 0.750 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 0.750 l 12er in Kürze erhältlich
Sonderformate:
2018 0.375 l 12er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 0.375 l 24er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 1.500 l 3er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 1.500 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 1.500 l 3er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 1.500 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 3.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 6.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 6.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 12.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 18.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
92-94 THE WINEADVOCATE: "The 2018 Brane-Cantenac is deep garnet-purple in color and delivers expressive black cherry compote, blueberry coulis and crème de cassis scents with suggestions of cigar box, Provence herbs and lavender. Full-bodied with mouth-filling, rich black fruit preserves, it has a velvety texture and a long, perfumed finish."

18 WEINWISSER: "Dunkles Purpurgranat mit violettem Rand. Komplexes Bouquet mit schwarzen Johannisbeeren und Malznoten, dahinter Veilchen, Brasiltabak und Lakritze. Am Gaumen mit seidener Textur und fleischigem Extrakt, perfekt stützende Frische. Im gebündelten Finale getrocknete schwarze Beeren, Wacholder und eine noble Bitternote."

94-96 WINE ENTHUSIAST: "94–96. Barrel Sample. This wine is rich yet finely balanced. The acidity and the tannins are well integrated with the beautiful black currant flavor. Overall, this fine wine promises a bright future."

95 DECANTER: "This is a serious wine, with well constructed walls and floor, but it´s full of life too, with brambled, succulent and generously-extracted fruit on the nose. It has less immediate charm than some in the appellation and will take a while to come round, but it has clear ageing ability and is one to savour. You feel the precision and confidence in how it presents itself. 1% Petit Verdot makes up the blend - there was no Carmenère in the grand vin in 2018. 45hl/ha yield. 70% new oak."

95-96 JAMES SUCKLING: "What strikes me about this Brane-Cantenac is the gorgeous center palate of ripe fruit, which gives an impression of generosity, yet it’s tight and reserved at the same time. Fine and polished tannins follow on and drive this gorgeous fruit."

92-95 ANTONIO GALLONI: "The 2018 Brane-Cantenac captures all of the natural richness of the year. Ample, creamy and resonant, the 2018 offers quite a bit of intensity while retaining its mid-weight sense of structure. Dark red cherry, mint, spice, and dried rose petals are some of the signatures. Even with its obvious volume the 2018 retains lovely aromatic freshness and nuance. The 2018 is an especially juicy, open-knit Brane-Cantenac. Grilled herbs, menthol, spice and anise add an attractive upper-register to the perfumed finish. The blend is 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot. Tasted three times."

95-97 THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "Deep garnet in color, this wine exudes a dark, black cherry core of fruits. Next, the perfume reveals hints of smoke, flowers, thyme and cigar wrapper. On the palate, the wine is focused on silky tannins, elegant textures and depth of flavor. Fans of Brane Cantenac should know that even with this depth of fruit the wine is still dances lightly over the palate. I am not ready to pick a favorite from the 2015, 2016 and 2018 trio but it is going to be fun tasting and comparing those vintages over the next few decades! From a blend of 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot, the wine reached 13% alcohol with a pH of 3.76. It represents 60% of the harvest, which took place from September 14 to October 10. The higher than usual percentage of the Grand Vin is due to the frost, which hit the areas of the vineyard customarily reserved for the second wine."

94-96+ JEB DUNNUCK: "The grand vin 2018 Château Brane-Cantenac checks in as 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, and the balance Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot that fermented in wooden tanks and saw malolactic fermentation and aging in 70% new French oak. It´s a beautifully layered, sexy beauty loaded with notions of blackcurrants, spicy oak, camphor, and dried tobacco. Medium to full-bodied, balanced, and layered on the palate, it has a seamless texture, sweet tannin, remarkable freshness and purity, and a great finish. Count me in as a fan. This is another irresistible 2018 that should be snatched up by readers. It will keep for 25-30 years."

Chateau Brane Cantenac - Margaux
Die Weine dieses Chateaus gehörten bereits lange vor den Klassifizierungen 1855 zu den berühmtesten des Medocs. Gegründet wurde das Weingut im 18. Jahrhundert von Familie Gorce und befindet sich seit 1920 im Besitz der Familie Lurton. Sein Sohn Henri übernahm 1992, nachdem er zuvor verschiedene Erfahrungen in Südafrika, Australien und Chile gesammelt hatte, die Verwaltung des Weingutes. Hohe Qualitätsanforderungen und den Drang zur stetigen Verbesserung, verbunden mit einer großen Portion Tradition, in Kombination mit dem Modernen zeichnen dieses Weingut aus.

Allergene: Enthält Sulfite.

Alkoholgehalt: noch nicht bekannt

Verantwortlicher Lebensmittelunternehmer: Chateau Brane Cantenac, 33460 Cantenac, Frankreich

Erzeuger/Abfüller: Chateau Brane Cantenac, 33460 Cantenac, Frankreich

Weinname Jahrg. Größe Kisten Preis/Kiste
2018 0.750 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 0.750 l 12er in Kürze erhältlich
Sonderformate:
2018 0.375 l 12er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 0.375 l 24er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 1.500 l 3er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 1.500 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 1.500 l 3er in Kürze erhältlich
  2018 1.500 l 6er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 3.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 6.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 6.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 12.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
2018 18.000 l 1er in Kürze erhältlich
92-94 THE WINEADVOCATE: "The 2018 Brane-Cantenac is deep garnet-purple in color and delivers expressive black cherry compote, blueberry coulis and crème de cassis scents with suggestions of cigar box, Provence herbs and lavender. Full-bodied with mouth-filling, rich black fruit preserves, it has a velvety texture and a long, perfumed finish."

18 WEINWISSER: "Dunkles Purpurgranat mit violettem Rand. Komplexes Bouquet mit schwarzen Johannisbeeren und Malznoten, dahinter Veilchen, Brasiltabak und Lakritze. Am Gaumen mit seidener Textur und fleischigem Extrakt, perfekt stützende Frische. Im gebündelten Finale getrocknete schwarze Beeren, Wacholder und eine noble Bitternote."

94-96 WINE ENTHUSIAST: "94–96. Barrel Sample. This wine is rich yet finely balanced. The acidity and the tannins are well integrated with the beautiful black currant flavor. Overall, this fine wine promises a bright future."

95 DECANTER: "This is a serious wine, with well constructed walls and floor, but it´s full of life too, with brambled, succulent and generously-extracted fruit on the nose. It has less immediate charm than some in the appellation and will take a while to come round, but it has clear ageing ability and is one to savour. You feel the precision and confidence in how it presents itself. 1% Petit Verdot makes up the blend - there was no Carmenère in the grand vin in 2018. 45hl/ha yield. 70% new oak."

95-96 JAMES SUCKLING: "What strikes me about this Brane-Cantenac is the gorgeous center palate of ripe fruit, which gives an impression of generosity, yet it’s tight and reserved at the same time. Fine and polished tannins follow on and drive this gorgeous fruit."

92-95 ANTONIO GALLONI: "The 2018 Brane-Cantenac captures all of the natural richness of the year. Ample, creamy and resonant, the 2018 offers quite a bit of intensity while retaining its mid-weight sense of structure. Dark red cherry, mint, spice, and dried rose petals are some of the signatures. Even with its obvious volume the 2018 retains lovely aromatic freshness and nuance. The 2018 is an especially juicy, open-knit Brane-Cantenac. Grilled herbs, menthol, spice and anise add an attractive upper-register to the perfumed finish. The blend is 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot. Tasted three times."

95-97 THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "Deep garnet in color, this wine exudes a dark, black cherry core of fruits. Next, the perfume reveals hints of smoke, flowers, thyme and cigar wrapper. On the palate, the wine is focused on silky tannins, elegant textures and depth of flavor. Fans of Brane Cantenac should know that even with this depth of fruit the wine is still dances lightly over the palate. I am not ready to pick a favorite from the 2015, 2016 and 2018 trio but it is going to be fun tasting and comparing those vintages over the next few decades! From a blend of 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot, the wine reached 13% alcohol with a pH of 3.76. It represents 60% of the harvest, which took place from September 14 to October 10. The higher than usual percentage of the Grand Vin is due to the frost, which hit the areas of the vineyard customarily reserved for the second wine."

94-96+ JEB DUNNUCK: "The grand vin 2018 Château Brane-Cantenac checks in as 74% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, and the balance Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot that fermented in wooden tanks and saw malolactic fermentation and aging in 70% new French oak. It´s a beautifully layered, sexy beauty loaded with notions of blackcurrants, spicy oak, camphor, and dried tobacco. Medium to full-bodied, balanced, and layered on the palate, it has a seamless texture, sweet tannin, remarkable freshness and purity, and a great finish. Count me in as a fan. This is another irresistible 2018 that should be snatched up by readers. It will keep for 25-30 years."


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