A Margaux red wine with complex aromas
Produced from a vineyard with a total area of 25 hectares in the Margaux appellation, Château Siran benefits from vines aged 31 years on average, planted in soils made up of old alluvial deposits of a sandy gravelly type. The wine is aged in oak barrels (35% in new barrels) for 12 to 14 months depending on the year. The blend of the vintage 2012 contains 55% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Petit Verdot.Château Siran 2012 reveals extremely complex aromas. This charming wine offers a very good potential for aging.
Note that this comment describes the general profile of the wine presented. It is therefore possible that it may be questioned in light of the evolution of the various characteristics of the product over time.
Wine Advocate-Parker :
Tasted at the vertical held at the property, the 2012 Château Siran, a blend of 55% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Petit Verdot, has a very composed and delineated bouquet with scents of red plum, raspberry, mineral, cedar and a touch of graphite. The palate is medium-bodied with fine, gently grippy tannin, and graphite-tinged black fruit that turns spicier towards the finish, which displays commendable substance and persistence - a 2012 Margaux with ambitions. This is a very fine Siran, much better than many of the wines produced in the 1990s and it comes recommended. Tasted February 2016.