28 février 2019
From the end of the 19th century, Château Brown was very famous and was one of the region’s three largest estates, alongside Olivier and La Louvière.
In 1922, Charles Cocks and Edouard Ferret’s volume Bordeaux and its Wines Classified in Order of Merit stated that :
« Brown-Léognan’s wines are remarkable by their finesse and very distinctive nose. They are classified as Graves Premiers Crus and their reputation grows every day. They keep and improve in bottle for a very long time. »
100 years later, their assessment of Chateau Brown’s wines remains relevant!