Saint Jacques De Siran  Margaux

Saint Jacques De Siran Margaux

Saint Jacques de Siran, AOC Bordeaux Superieur, comes from the chateau’s vineyards right on the Margaux appellation’s border limits. Through the centuries, the river Garonne’s alluvial flow has layered the gravelly soil thereat with deposits of clay.
This complex terroir yields well-structured and rich wines, the blend of which is composed of cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot in proportions that vary in accordance with the vintage.
As with Siran’s Margaux appellation wines, the grapes are picked by hand, the harvest sorted out manually and vinification conducted in temperature controlled vats. The wine is then aged in barrels for 10 months.
Best enjoyed within 4 to 5 years, Saint Jacques de Siran charms wine lovers with its smoothness and complexity.


"This wine is made from vines on the border of Margaux, so is classified as AOC Bordeaux Superieur. A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, from vines with an average age of 26 years, it is a perfect wine to drink once it is five years old or more whilst your Chateau Siran is maturing. Soft fruity notes, a lovely tobacco and leather hint to it too. Just delicious."

Château Siran is a winery in the Margaux appellation of the Bordeaux region of France. The wine produced here was classified as one of 9 Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnels as of the 2003 listing. [1] The Chateau owns 88 hectares (217 acres) including 40 (99 acres) of vines planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc. A second wine is produced under the label S de Siran.[2] The average vines are 31 years old and once fermentation is complete the wines are transferred into oak barrels (35% new oak) for 12–14 months of aging. The grand vin averages 75,000 to 90,000 bottles per annum.
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