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Chateau Siran, Labarde
(4.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • We enjoyed this winery visit and tasting perhaps more than most. A pleasant hostess, Sop helped us through the 3 variety tasting and explained many of the nuances of Bordeaux appellations and wine cla...  more »
  • If there is one Chateau you must visit, Chateau Siran is it. Owned by the 7th generation (or is it 8th), their tour is not only about the art of wine making but also history of the region, wine, and t...  more »
  • Nice and several price of € 10-25 visit to the museum visit and Winery with a young guide at €10 then comes from the owner of the property which was great and made us see the cellar's private part.
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  • Due to political principle, Toulouse Lautrec's grandparents (the original owners of this vineyard) refused to present their wine for classification in 1855 as they didn't see eye to eye with Napoleon III. Turned out to be an expensive decision but a superb benefit for today's wine lovers. The price of this wine is much better value than its neighbours who can command higher prices for inferior wine due to the outdated classification system. We bought 3 bottles of the 3rd class wine which was amazing and under €10 a bottle. Definitely seek out this lovely family owned vineyard (a rarity in Bordeaux these days) and their amazing collection of wine related artefacts in their museum which is part of the tour. Well worth a visit. Bring your wallet and buy some great wine.
  • Good wine and a nice tour available
  • The site is superb, the well equipped shop and wine... forget it! A delight
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  • Here we were part empfanen and have try the fine wine. Of course habeb we with a few bottles home taken.
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