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« For more than 160 years, my family has been striving to produce a wine of pleasure, a wine for sharing, which finds its perfect expression in this beautiful phrase from Stéphanie de Saint-Aubin, Countess of Genlis: « One can only enjoy well what one shares. »

Édouard Miailhe


Looking back on our past

Guilhem de Siran
took a feudal oath to the Abbot of Sainte-Croix of Bordeaux, in the church of Macau.
Siran (Ciran)
is mentioned in the inventory of the property of Marie Poncastel, wife of Jean Lussignet (Lucinet) who is believed to have established the estate.
Flore Lussignet (Lucinet),
married John II du Boscq. Their heirs William and then François Augustin du Boscq succeeded one another as lords of the estate.
François-Augustin du Boscq
married Jeanne Félicité Chaperon. She managed Siran during the revolution, while her husband and sons emigrated.
Elie Miailhe
is appointed wine broker under a royal concession. The Miailhe family settled in Bordeaux.
Marie Duboscq,
the daughter of Jeanne Félicité, Siran's heiress, married Jean-Charles, Count of La Roque-Bouillac. He raised the coat of arms of his family on the west side of the chartreuse.
Jeanne Adèle de Laroque-Bouillac,
their daughter, married the Count of Toulouse Lautrec. He added his coat of arms on the east facade of the chartreuse.
Creation of the Miailhe brokerage office
Start of a new family history
Léo Barbier bought the estate for 100,000 francs from Jeanne Adèle de Toulouse-Lautrec, great-grandmother of the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Léo Barbier
passed on the leadership of Siran to his sons-in-law, Paul and Alexandre Sollberg.
Fréderic Miailhe, the son of Lovely Sollberg, and Marcel Mortier
were asked to run Siran on behalf of their aunts Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Alexandre Sollberg.
Fréderic Miailhe
bought the shares of his two aunts, Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Alexandre Sollberg and became the sole owner of Siran.
Édouard F. Miailhe, the son of Frédéric,
officially took over the leadership of the estate.
Emile Peynaud, forefather of modern oenology
became Siran's first consulting oenologist.
Death of Édouard F. Miailhe
The start of the Miailhe, Lencquesaing, Sichère co-ownership.
William-Alain Miailhe, the son of Edouard,
took over Siran after the family partition of the properties.
First illustrated label
Château Siran for the 1980 vintage on the theme of Solidarnosc.
Brigitte Miailhe, William-Alain’s wife,
assumed the leadership of the domain.
Siran is recognised as a Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel
The classification is cancelled in 2007 and Siran definitively renounced its Crus Bourgeois status.
Édouard Miailhe, the son of William-Alain,
represented the 6th generation of the same family at the head of the estate.
The Miailhe family
celebrates 160 years of family history in Siran.

Making wine is a daily challenge

For six months we alternate between praising or fighting against the weather. Finally, at the crucial moment of the harvest, we make sure that the grapes selected to enter our cellar are transformed as naturally as possible into an elegant and silky wine, respectful of the beauty of our terroir. We try not to intervene too much and learn from each vintage.


What's going on at Siran?


Château Siran is one of the few vineyards in the Médoc that can be visited all year round.

7 days a week from May to September and the rest of the year from Tuesday to Saturday. You can make an appointment on the site by clicking on book for a visit in French or English, or by contacting us directly.

May to September:

Monday to Sunday from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm

October and April:

Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm.

November to March

Monday to Friday from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm

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