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  • Tasting Note: The nose, for want of a better word, is very charming. No, not powerful nor is it flamboyant, yet the aromas are nicely focused and it has a disarming sense of purity: blackberry, bilberry and just a very faint hint of liquorice. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit, good grip in the mouth and fine purity. This is a strong follow-up to the 2015 Siran and tasting the two side by side, this is one of the very few occasions in the appellation where I think it might surpass it. Edouard Miailhe has radically improved Siran in recent years (see last year's report) and this is certainly one to watch; Neal Martin - #230 The Wine Advocate, 28th April 2017


    Aging: 12 months in oak barrels, 35% new barrels

    Château Siran 2016 - 750ml

    HK$400.00 Regular Price
    HK$360.00Sale Price
    • Technical Sheet

      Appellation Margaux, Bordeaux, France
      Type Red Wine
      Grape Cabernet Sauvignon 46%, Merlot 44%, Petit Verdot 9%, Cabernet Franc 1%
      Producer Chateau Siran
      Alcohol 13%


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