Slottet producerer 1. vinen Château Brane-Cantenac 2. Cru, 2. vinen Baron de Brane og 3. vinen Margaux de Brane.
Since Henri Lurton took over in 1992, he has made it his mission to produce the best possible wine, reinforcing Brane’s position as a second classified growth in 1855. The result is a fine wine that perfectly expresses its remarkable terroir.The ancient origins of this property date back in the 17th century. In 1838, Jacques-Maxime de Brane, changed the estate's name by adding his name alongside this of the village. In 1925, Léonce Récapet, distiller from the Entre-deux-Mers region and father-in-law of François Lurton, took over Château Brane-Cantenac as well as 40% of Château Margaux. After the death of Léonce, François was forced to accept the sale of his shares of Château Margaux. However, he kept Brane-Cantenac, which he left to his son, Lucien, in 1954. Lucien, a qualified agricultural engineer, settled at Brane with his wife Marie-Jeanne. He put Brane back on the top rung. Henri, his son, took over the estate in 1992, putting into practice his worldwide viticultural experience. Nowadays Henri Lurton selects the youngest plots from our vineyard for Margaux de Brane. It offers an introduction to the wonders of the Margaux appellation and in particular to the signature style of Brane.