Château Siran 2023

Château Siran 2023

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60% Cabernet Sauvignon; 40% Merlot.

Château Siran is a distinguished winery located in the Margaux appellation of Bordeaux. Established over 160 years ago, it spans 88 hectares, with 40 hectares dedicated to vines. The vineyard primarily cultivates Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and a small amount of Cabernet Franc. Known for its powerful yet subtle wines, Château Siran's offerings are characterized by their balance of tannins, fruit intensity, and freshness, and they have significant aging potential​.

James Suckling: 94-95/100
Wow. This is really well done with plenty of al-dente fruit character, bright acidity and firm, fine tannins that are already well integrated. Medium-bodied. Crunchy.

Jane Anson: 94/100
An enjoyably sculpted Siran, plenty of depth to the tannins, balanced, juicy and inky, with crushed pure liqourice root, bluebuerry and cassis pastille, rose petals and mint. This is delicious, with tension and a mouthwatering finish, great stuff from owner Edouard Miaihle and winemaker Marjolaine Defrance. 35% new oak for ageing. A buy.

Antonio Galloni - Vinous: 92-94/100
The 2023 Siran, picked September 11 to 29, has a well-defined bouquet that is not as complex as the previous vintage. It is focused and delineated, with black fruit mixed with graphite and melted tar, almost Saint-Julien in style. The palate is medium-bodied with pliant tannins, quite minerally and lively without the depth of the 2022, yet rather elegant and refined on the finish. This constitutes a very gracious Margaux and as I tried second and third bottles towards the end of my trip, it just seemed to get better and better.