An excellent vintage worthy of the greatest Margaux
A superb estate located south of the prestigious Margaux appellation on the Left Bank in the Bordeaux region, the Chateau Siran is distinguished by the unique personality of its fine wines. The spicy bouquet with perfume of dried roses is the signature style of Chateau Siran that demonstrates the typical finesse of a fine Margaux.
Under the direction of Edouard Miailhe (and it is interesting to note that Chateau Siran has belonged to the same family for more than 150 years), Chateau Siran has experienced a new momentum and the estate today produces must-have wines from the Margaux appellation.
With a 25-hectare vineyard planted on deep Garonne soils, Chateau Siran benefits from an exceptional terroir that is decisive in making great wines.
A delicate vintage from the Bordeaux vineyards, the Chateau Siran 2017 will surely be remembered. Considered an excellent vintage from the estate, the Chateau Siran 2017 has great finesse, which is emblematic of a fine Margaux.
Coming from a blend of Merlot (46%) with Cabernet Sauvignon (45%) and Petit Verdot (9%), the Chateau Siran 2017 reveals the typicity of the grape varieties through revealing a complex and racy profile. It has finesse and power with a perfect balance among the pure fruit, the acidity and the tannins. The Château Siran 2017 reveals all its charm in its youth and it promises to evolve superbly in the years to come.
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2017 Siran is deep garnet-purple in color and scented of baked black plums, cassis and kirsch with touches of spice cake and rose hip tea. The palate is medium-bodied with rounded tannins and plenty of juicy fruit, finishing with a pleasant bit of chew.