Respect for biodiversity
Château Siran is an ecosystem that extends over 88 hectares; only 38 hectares are planted with vines. The rest of the estate, composed of woods and meadows, contributes to the biodiversity desired on the territory.
Protecting the life of the earth, preserving the biodiversity of the estate, reconsidering our daily practices to manage the vineyard in a responsible way and in the respect of the well-being of all, are the priorities of the Siran team.
The High Environmental Value (HVE) certification is a recognition of the biodiversity conservation work that has been carried out at the property for many years. It testifies to the teams’ long-term commitment to controlling Siran’s environmental impact.
Château Siran is also involved in a VITINNOV collaborative research programme, carried out by the winegrowers who are members of the Margaux winegrowers’ union. The aim of this project is to revitalise the biodiversity of the fauna and flora of the Margaux area. In particular thanks to actions such as planting fallow land with endemic seeds, or replanting trees and hedges, or late mowing, thus favoring green corridors along the perimeters of the vineyards…