This luscious, ripe wine is both balanced and generous. Acidity comes from the freshness of the vintage, bringing out fruitiness to complement the tannins. The wine will develop well. (RV)
The 2017 Siran has turned out beautifully. Dark and rich with tons of nuance, Siran is super expressive in 2017 in the mid-weight style of the vintage. Wild cherry, plum, dried flowers, mint, tobacco and smoke are all laced together in this pretty, inviting Margaux. (AG)
The 2017 Château Siran should certainly be an outstanding wine. Giving up lots of black fruits, charcoal, and graphite notes, it’s medium to full-bodied, nicely concentrated, and with solid ripeness and depth. It’s an impressive effort from Margaux.
This is rather lovely, with excellent aromatics and fine tannins with a feeling of flex and precision. There is no question that the fruit has form and density, with focussed cassis and tobacco notes and some slate. This also lasts well on the palate. The fruit is at the fresher end of the scale, as is true across most wines in 2017, but it's clearly successful. (JA)
A tight, linear 2017 with compact fruit and seamless tannins that show length and beauty. Medium to full body. Lovely finish.
Features alluring black cherry and plum puree flavors gliding through, inlaid with subtle alder, lilac and black tea notes. Perfumy and velvety, with a suave finish. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2030. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. (JM, Web Only-2020)
The 2017 Siran is deep garnet-purple in color and scented of baked black plums, cassis and kirsch with touches of spice cake and rose hip tea. The palate is medium-bodied with rounded tannins and plenty of juicy fruit, finishing with a pleasant bit of chew. (LPB)
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