Château Pegau

Château Pegau

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Since 1670, the Feraud family’s ancestors have cultivated vines in the Provence region. The name Pegau is an old Provencal word for a wine jug found in the excavations of the 14th century Popes Palace in Avignon. Domaine Pegau was created in 1987, when Laurence Feraud after her wine studies went home to help her father Paul Feraud at the domain. Paul always talks about Laurence as "le chef", but he is an experienced winemaker himself.

Château Pegau is the name of Laurence and Paul Féraud’s newly-purchased 60 hectare estate, located in Sorgues, less than 6 km from Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The wines truly deliver, showcasing the estate’s excellent terroir, with the unmistakable imprint of Pegau.