Chateau Siran


When Guilhem de Siran swore a feudal oath to the Abbot of Sainte-Croix de Bordeaux, I think that the prospect of his name still being uttered approaching 600 years later didn't cross his mind. The estate was producing wine in the 18th century, and being considered a good producer, and at that time the Miailhe family were settling in Bordeaux as wine brokers.

At that time the estate was owned by the Count and Countess de Toulouse-Lautrec, the grandparents of the famous painter, Henri. The Miailhe family acquired the estate in January 1859 in whose hands it remains today with the fifth generation, Edouard, managing it making it one of a handful of Bordeaux estates to have remained in the same family for 150 years.

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Only 1 leftChateau Siran 1983 Jeroboam 6l
"This bottle came to us straight from the Chateau, and while we've not tried it, having sampled various vintages of this wine before, I know it is going to be special. 1983 was a good year, overshadowed by the stellar...
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Chateau Siran 2014 75cl

£38.50 £43.95

Siran is a little gem in Margaux and the wines are beautiful. Château Siran has 25 hectares under vine with an average age of 30 years. The soil type is alluvial sandy gravel and the blend generally comprises 50% Cabernet...
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Saint Jacques de Siran 2017 75cl
"This wine is made from vines on the border of Margaux, so is classified as AOC Bordeaux Superieur. A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, from vines with an average age of 26 years, it is a perfect...
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