95 POINTS, James Suckling, formally of Wine Spectator. "This youthful Chateauneuf has a very complex nose of graphite, raw meat and lilies. With aeration the black-cherry note steadily grows in intensity. Bold, leathery and earthy palate with fine tannins that build steadily on at the extremely long and straight mineral finish. Drinkable now, but best from 2024."
Owned by father and daughter team Paul and Laurence Feraud, Domaine du Pegau is one of the great estates in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. The benchmark producer of traditionally styled Chateauneuf, Pegau is justifiably ranked among the greatest wines in the world. The Ferauds have been growing vines in Chateauneuf-du-Pape since 1670, with titles to their earliest vineyards dating back to 1733.
97 POINTS, James Suckling, formally of Wine Spectator. "Enveloping, warm and spicy nose with an extremely wide spectrum of aromas, ranging from dried rose to graphite via thyme and smoked bacon. Very powerful, concentrated and earthy, yet there’s brightness in there...
A beautiful Gigondas with a mouthful of bright, ripe red fruit and briary, floral earth. Tons of dark cherry fruit balanced by fresh acidity in this bottling of 70+ year old vines. Certified organic (ECOCERT).
From the Chavaroche vineyard. This wine is aged for between two or up to three years prior to bottling. It is, quite simply, a ferocious wine, unique in its uninhibited expression of the smells and flavors of the appellation. A...