Press and Reviews

“Easily one of the top estates in all of France”
Wine Advocate (Link)

“Many observers consider this to be the most exciting estate in the Languedoc.”
Robert Parker Wine Advocate (Link)

One of a handful of ★★★★ Domaines in Southern France, and a select few from France
Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book (Link)

Make no mistake about it, this is a very special wine made on a very special estate.”
Jancis Robinson MW (Link)

”Rearranged my inner pantheon in the way that truly great wine can.”
Andrew Jefford The World of Fine Wine (Link)

“The leading estate in all of the Languedoc and Roussillon.”
Jeb Dunnuck Wine Advocate (Link)

“Finally, there is speculation that investing, for both pleasure and profit, in Languedoc Roussillon rather than Bordeaux might be the way. Names cited as worth watching include Mas Champart, La Pèira, Olivier Jullien, and L’Oustal Blanc.”Who is Who in France – Meininger’s Wine Business International (Link)

“The texture and the depth of flavor are amazing. It reminded me at different moments of 1989 La Mission Haut-Brion, Fattoria Galardi 2004 Terre di Lavoro and 1990 Henri Bonneau Reserve des Célestins.”
Jay McInerney Wall Street Journal (Link)

“A Spectacular South of France wine”
René Gabriel / Weinwisser (Link)

“Wines that need not fear comparison with any of the world’s wine icons”
David Schildknecht Wine Advocate (Link)

“The flagship wine from this new venture is easily going to be the next great global cult wine. Think Clos Erasmus or Masseto”
Gary Vaynerchuk (Link)

“There is clearly real sensibility for the local terrain and varietal traditions”
Jancis Robinson (Link)

“Southern France’s First Growth”
Andrew McMurray Vice-President of Zachys (Link)

La Pèira is one of a select list of estates in France to receive a ✪✪✪✪✪ (super 5 stars, restricted to the true classics, out-and-out world class) rating. It is the only estate in the Languedoc. One of three in the entire South of France.
Wine behind the Label guide 10th Edition (Link)

“Confirmed the high potential of the relatively cool, windy hills north of Clermont”
Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson The World Atlas of Wine (Link)

“A range of wines of striking depth and originality yet great truth to place, too.”
Andrew Jefford Financial Times (Link)

“Have helped completely change the landscape and the horizon of their appellation, with the wines being placed on qualitative level or above, of the 1er crus classés of Bordeaux and the Grands Crus of Burgundy”
Bertrand Rougier Classement des Meilleurs Vins de France 2014 Lafont Presse (Link)

“They have created great wines, the kind of wines that can jolt consumers’ perceptions of the Languedoc and can rival the best from Bordeaux, and the Rhône. Maybe, given time, they might even right a historical wrong.”
Andrew Jefford Gourmet Traveller WINE (Link)

“Has exactly what I cherish in a wine and what I strive for with my own wines”
Manfred Krankl Sine Qua Non (Link)

“There has been more ballyhoo about this domaine than any other since Daumas Gassac”
Languadoc-Roussillon The Wines and the Wine Makers (Paul Strang) (Link)

La Pèira outperforms almost all of Bordeaux’s 5 First Growths over the last decade
The Judgement of Antwerp: La Peira vs. The First Growths 2005-2015 (link)