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What's going on in Siran?

  • As the vinifications come to an end at Château Siran, we invite you to discover the video of the 2020 harvests. This year, the vine was ahead of its usual cycle; the harvests took place from September 17th to October 2nd.

  • The musts are very aromatic and quickly take on dark colours. Fermentations proceed effortlessly, the fruit and the perfect tannic structure are immediately felt during the first tastings. The macerations are short in order to preserve the silky tannins, elegance

  • The vinification took place in ideal conditions. The musts were aromatic, with the extraction being carried out very gently. The wines were concentrated, balanced and harmonious. The first blends show a remarkably fruity and complex wine. In the end, all

  • The year 2019 was marked by the stepping up of the work initiated, particularly with regard to environmental responsibilities. The estate and its teams, already practicing sustainable viticulture in the early 2000s, are pursuing their ecological commitments by using more

  • The visit of this unusual place is not easy. The door weighs nearly a ton, and it takes two hands to open it. A narrow staircase opens onto a large room, a real safe, protected from nuclear radiation, which houses

  • The harvest ended with the Cabernet Sauvignon in the first half of October. The 2017 grapes were rich in anthocyanins. The vinification was done quickly. And without difficulty. Without being a monster of power, this wine will be the embodiment

  • This unique property also houses a beautiful collection put together by Brigitte and William-Alain Miailhe, comprising more than 300 objects related to wine and the arts of fire: old plates, Greek and Gallo-Roman amphoras, Jacquots and Bacchus pots, as well

  • The musts were colourful, dense, rich and had a nice volume in the mouth. They were immediately very aromatic, on the fruit with rich and melted tannins, and a very nice alcohol-acidity balance. The result is a great vintage, as

  • The weather in September and October was very conductive to the ripening of the grapes: sunny during the day and cool at night. The harvest finally took place less early than expected: we took advantage of this beneficial period to