Domaine de Pégau
About Domaine de Pégau
One of the bastions of traditionalism in Châteauneuf du Pape, Domaine de Pégau has been long owned by the Feraud family. First planting vines by their olive trees in the 17th century, the name changed to Pegau in 1987. Today, the estate is run by the charming, talented Laurence, who was exceptionally well-schooled by her father, Paul. This nearly 50-acre estate fashions some of the longest-lived, most interesting wines of the appellation. Their cuvée is one of the most in-demand in the Rhone. These wines are made from old vines over 100 years old.