Petite Sirene 2015 750ml

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  • Overview
  • This bright, ripe red Bordeaux combines complex berry aromas with suppleness and power on the palate. Notes of red fruit intertwine with gentle tannins which are balanced by a juicy acidity, making this wine exceptionally food friendly.
    Blend: 60% Merlot
Brand Petite Sirène
Appellation Bordeaux, Frence
Varietal Red Blend
Vintage 2015
Body Full-bodied
Taste complex berry
Alcohol 13%

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Petite Sirène was established in 2008 by the renowned Third Growth, Chateau Giscours of Margaux. Grapes are sourced from a trusted estate with exceptional terroir in Côtes de Bordeaux. The Giscours winemaking team meticulously controls every stage of the production from grape selection to bottling. To achieve final Giscours certification, each vintage undergoes a rigorous series of blind tastings that include a mix of professionals and enthusiasts alike that ensure the high standard of the Chateau is met every year.

The name Petite Sirène translates to “The Little Mermaid,” a nod to a legend surrounding Chateau Giscours. At the end of the 19th century the Cruse family had created a wine label for Chateau Giscours utilizing their coat of arms. However, in 1919 the family sold the estate to Emile Grange, who wanted to adjust the labels to reflect his own personal influence. He was contemplating how best to execute this while sitting in front of a fire at Chateau La Houringue, whose vineyards are part of Chateau Giscours now, on a damp evening when he claimed to see the outline of a siren in the flames. This vision haunted him and prompted his addition of a beautiful mermaid carrying a branch of vines (the symbol of the Médoc) to the labels. It has been considered over the years that Chateau La Houringue’s Irish roots may have played a part in this mystery. In the 1800’s Chateau La Houringue was owned by John O'Byrne, a merchant and shipper whose family was part of a group of Irish Catholic soldiers who fled English tyranny in the late 17th and early 18th centuries after their defeat. John’s ancestors had a dark past, weaved thickly with plots and conspiracies that were entangled with the Irish monarchy. These deeds allowed them to rise to become Barons of Ireland, sporting a coat of arms which coincidentally depicted a siren.