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Although the Feraud family - owners of Pegau - have been in the region since at least the mid-17th century, it was Paul, the father of Laurence (the family member currently IC here) who started to bottle his own wines, the fruit previously having been sold off to negociants. The domaine's name was changed from Feraud to Pegau in the late '80s, at which time the vineyard area in Châteauneuf amounted to some 7 hectares, rising to 21 hectares today. In 2012 they added 40 hectares of Côte du Rhône vineyards. This is a source of very traditionally-styled Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Case of 12 Bottles
price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £1,122.85
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"Starting with the 2003 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Reserve, this wine showed spectacularly on release, closed down for a few years, and has now emerged, at close to full maturity, and is straight-up fabulous. Out of the entire tasting, it remained my favorite. Giving up gorgeous blackberry, currants, garrigue, pepper and beef blood, it hits the palate with a massive, full-bodied texture that carries layers of sweet fruit, awesome concentration and blockbuster length. Tasting like the essence of both this estate and the terroir, it’s an incredible wine that I’m happy to taste/drink anytime. It will continue to evolve gracefully, but I see no reason to delay gratification." Jeb Dunnock
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