Chateau Siaurac 2011, Lalande-de-Pomerol

RM175.00

Grape Varieties: 75 % Merlot, 25 % Cabernet Franc
Tasting Notes: smooth and fruity with spices and black cherry flavors. Matured for 14 months in both vats and French oak barrels with 25% new oak. Black cherry and spice on the nose. A full-bodied, generously-juicy and very quaffable wine with great structure. It is easy to drink and goes extremely well with red meats, Sunday roasts and the promise of shared and extended pleasures.

Critics’ Comments:
100 Top Values of 2014: This Bordeaux red shows the vintage’s briary grip, offering a dark ganache frame to rasperry coulis, plum sauce and fruitcake notes. Drink now through 2018. JAMES MOLESWORTH, WINE SPECTATOR, 89

Blueish purple. Contains 5% of Malbec for the first time and is very perfumed. Nicely put together. Crunchy fruit. Could be good value for this is flattering and intense without being sickly or overoaked. (…) JANCIS ROBINSON, 16/20

5% Malbec this year. Dark, bright colour. A little more depth of fruit than usual and ripe, well-handled tannins. DRINK 2016-2022. DECANTER: 16/20

SILVER MEDAL CONCOURS AGRICOLE DE PARIS 2014
SILVER MEDAL CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES 2014

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Description

The Estate

The Chateau Siaurac estate is located on the plateau of Néac, which is a continuation of the famous plateau of Pomerol, and its vineyard is in a single, contiguous plot. It is the largest estate of the appellation and is comprised of 46 hectares of planted vine, a nineteenth-century château and 15 hectares of romantic rolling parkland, home to centuries-old trees, an orangery and eighteenth-century landscaped woods. Chateau Siaurac is one of the most iconic estates of its appellation. Indeed, as remarked upon in Férét’s 1893 edition of Bordeaux et ses vins: “Château Siaurac is only separated by the first growths of Pomerol by a small trickle of water called the Barbane.”

The Vinyard

TERROIR : gravel, deep clays, sandy clays SURFACE AREA : 41,03 ha in 2010. 46,18 ha today.
VITICULTURE BY PLOT : 40 plots, in conversion to organic viticulture and using biodynamic cultivation techniques.
VARIETALS: 74 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet Franc, 6 % Malbec
HARVESTS : September 27th (merlot), October 6th (cabernet-franc)
RENDEMENT : 52,9 hl/ha SECOND VIN : Plaisir de Siaurac, 58800 bottles
DIRECTEUR TECHNIQUE : Yannick Reyrel in 2011 (Pénélope Godefroy today) CONSULTANT : Alain Raynaud in 2011 (Jean-Claude Berrouet today)

Source: http://www.siaurac.com/

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