Château Siran, a remarkable vineyard
Château Siran is the result of a subtle blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, which reflects the identity of its terroir. The relatively high percentage of petit verdot brings a spicy note that reinforces the unique character of Siran’s wines.
Both powerful and subtle, Siran’s wines always seek a balance between the softness of the tannins, the intensity of the fruit and a persistent freshness. Siran wines are known for their aging potential, even long aging that will delight the most patient.
S de Siran, S for smooth
S de Siran, is considered to be the cadet of Château Siran. Coming from the same gravel plateau as Château Siran, S is the result of a rigorous selection of younger vines. Vinified in the same way, it is distinguished by a predominantly Merlot blend that gives it immediate charm.
Both fine and complex, S de Siran is a seductive wine, much appreciated by wine lovers. It is one of the classics of the appellation and can be drunk young or aged for 5 to 10 years.
Bel-Air de Siran
Bel Air de Siran comes from the sandy-gravelly soil in the Haut-Médoc appellation that surrounds the Margaux de Château Siran plots. This noble terroir, planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, benefits from the same care given to the other wines produced by the estate.
Bel-Air de Siran relies on its freshness, resting on a crisp fruit, notes of liquorice, blackcurrant and a long finish. A fine and elegant wine to be drunk immediately or aged for 5 to 8 years.
Saint-Jacques de Siran
Saint-Jacques de Siran comes from a vineyard in Bordeaux Supérieur appellation, part of the Siran estate. This terroir rich in clay takes its name from a chapel which was one of the steps on the road to Compostela, which is still in the middle of the vines.
Carefully elaborated by the Siran team, Saint-Jacques de Siran is a wine with black cherry, wild strawberry and vanilla aromas, supported by lively tannins. A generous and fruity wine, for everyday use, to be opened immediately or aged for 3 to 5 years.