Tight and concentrated fruits, this is knitted down right now, more muscled than many in the appellation and will need a good few years to soften. Clear dark spice, the Petit Verdot is pulling its weight and making its presence felt not just in the fruit quality but the sappy nature of the tannins, springly tightly shut on the finish.
Wine Advocate 93-95
The 2019 Siran has a drop dead gorgeous bouquet with pure blackberry and boysenberry fruit. Touches of crushed violet identify it as a Margaux. The oak is neatly folded into the fruit. The palate is very well balanced with succulent tannins, fleshy and sweet yet with depth and grip. Veins of blue fruit appears towards the spicy finish. This Siran boasts one of the longest finishes that I have ever encountered from this estate. Seriously good.
A very attractive wine that grabs your attention. The fruit is very forward, the aromatics captivating. There's a delightful mix of cassis and blackberry fruit notes. This is a warm rich style of Margaux, it’s moreish and quite enchanting. Not the style of Margaux I am usually taken by, but this grew on me and I was left pleasantly surprised.