May to September:
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 12 30 pm, and from 2 pm to 6 pm
October to March:
Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 12 30pm and from 2 pm to 5 30 pm.
Besides the wine tours and tastings, Chateau Siran’s highlight is a museum of about 300 wine-related objects, some dating back to the 3rd century B.C.
The Château Siran Escape Game invites you to decipher the secrets of this family estate in an exceptional setting: an authentic nuclear radiation-proof bunker full of wine.
There is no restaurant onsite, but you can order a lunch on the Terrace 360 (by reservation from 12pm to 2pm) and accompany it by a bottle of wine from the boutique.
Languages: French, English & Spanish
The story of the property goes back to 1428 when Gilhem de Siran took the feudal oath at the local church of Macau.
At the time of the French Revolution, Chateau Siran was in the possession of François Augustin
du Boscq. The property was brought as a dowry to the Count of Toulouse-Lautrec Monfa, great-grandparents of the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
It was the Toulouse-Lautrec family who had declined the invitation to the 1855 “Bonapartist classification” of the Medoc wineries.
Since 1859, when the property was acquired from Countess of Toulouse-Lautrec by Léo Barbier, it remained in the hands of his descendants.
Today, managed by the sixth generation, Édouard Miailhe, the estate produces wines in the Margaux, Haut-Medoc and the Bordeaux Superieur appellation.
38 hectares are planted with vines. The rest of the estate, composed of woods and meadows, contributes to the biodiversity promoted by the owners.
Château Siran, Margaux
S de Siran, Margaux
Bel-Air de Siran, Haut-Medoc
Saint-Jacques de Siran, Bordeaux Superieur
Cabernet Sauvignon (44%)
Petit Verdot (9%)
Cabernet Franc (1%)