Château Siran is looking forward to your visit
Owned by the same family since 1859, Siran is an original property with many unique surprises including the panoramic terrace with a superb view of the Margaux appellation and the atomic shelter built to house the Château Siran wine library dating back to 1912.
For over 40 years, Siran has offered visitors the opportunity to share the family’s passion for the art of creating great wines and tasting them. One of the few Médoc châteaux that can be visited every day from May to September and the rest of the year from Tuesday to Saturday, by appointment, Château Siran is well worth the stop!
Art at Château Siran
In addition to an elegant chartreuse built at the end of the 18th century by the Toulouse-Lautrec family and a superb garden full of roses and cyclamens, the visit allows you to discover the cellars and old wine-making facilities as well as the remarkable collection of wine-related objects curated over the years by Brigitte and Alain Miailhe, beautifully displayed in the new Chai des Collections. This space won a Best Of Gold Wine Tourism award in 2017. Since 2020, the collection of works of art that decorated the labels of the great wine from 1980 to 2005 is also displayed.
During an hour spent together, we have the pleasure of sharing with you the history of a family-owned vineyard, which began 160 years ago, its unique terroir and the art of making great wine.
Throughout a guided tour including the discovery of the museum collections, presenting more than 300 pieces of art and archaeology on the theme of wine, the old wooden vat room, the visit of the aging cellar, the terrace with a panoramic view and the tasting of our three wines, we hope to convert you into true ambassadors of our estate.
Guided by the statues of Bacchus scattered around the property, this tour offers you a private visit to the enchanting world of Siran, with its collection of over 300 wine-related art objects and the original works that inspired Siran’s wine labels.
This tour will also take you to the terrace with its panoramic view of our vineyards, and to the nuclear bunker housing Siran’s collection of old vintages. The tasting of our 3 wines, in the last part, will allow you to take with you a sensory memory of this visit.
This complete tour of Siran, perfect for the great wine lovers, focuses on the gastronomic experience of wine, in addition to the discovery of the Chai des Collections, a true artistic and archaeological museum, the vats and aging cellars but also the nuclear bunker housing the collection of more than 30,000 bottles of old Siran vintages.
The tasting of the 4 wines associated with a sweet and sour assortment, will allow you to discover all the wines of Siran and to exchange at length on the food and wine pairing options.
in the Bunker
The very first Château Siran Escape Game invites you to decipher the secrets of this family estate in an exceptional setting: an authentic nuclear radiation-proof bunker.
You will be surrounded by old vintages of Château Siran, the oldest of which dates back to 1912, thus offering an ideal setting to plunge you into the enigmas of the past.
Lunch served on the terrace with a panoramic view of the Margaux vineyards.
Presented in the form of a platter with an assortment of cold cuts and cheeses accompanied by a cold soup, summer vegetables, a green salad and complemented by a gourmet coffee. The products are fresh and carefully selected in the region.
Visitors can choose wine to accompany their meal in the shop.?The opportunity for you to try to make your own delicious wine and food pairing.
Staying at the Bastide
Ideally located in one of the most beautiful wine regions, in the heart of the Margaux vineyard, near the famous wine route, the Bastide de Siran is a large detached house whose architecture resembles that of the houses called chalet and can be found around the Bassin d’Arcachon.
Siran is open all year round for visits, preferably by appointment.
- From 1st May to 30th September: 7 days a week, including public holidays.
- From 1st October to 30th April: Tuesday to Saturday
- Shop open from 10am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 6pm
- Lunch on the Terrace 360 by reservation from 12pm to 2pm
- Spoken languages: French, English & Spanish
- Access Electric terminal