Bright dark red. Inky aromas of blackberry, licorice and cedar lifted by a violet topnote. A sweet, fine-grained, energetic midweight in a juicy, elegant style. Moderately deep, savory wine with very good length.
Dark crimson. Mellow, appealing nose. Round and polished and very rich. A good Siran! Lots of life here. Not too sweet. Great balance.
Forward and fleshy, with a plush feel to the crushed fig, plum and steeped currant fruit, inlaid with anise, mulled spice and incense. Shows solid length, with lots of cocoa lingering on the finish. Drink now through 2020. (JM)
Tasted at the vertical held at the property, the 2009 Château Siran no longer displays the sur-maturité that was evident just after bottling and seems to have settled down with scents of black plum, spice, blackcurrants and graphite, the latter lending it an almost Brane-Cantenac like veneer. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, nicely focused with that graphite theme continuing. Fresh and tensile, this has turned into a very appealing Siran that mirrors Robert Parker's remarks from 2012 and dare I say, may one day even surpass them. This is one to watch. (NM)
Blueberries and minerals, with floral undertones follow through to a full body and velvety tannins and a juicy finish. Subtle and structured. Try after 2018.
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