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Solidly built, with cassis and cherry paste flavors, laced with singed cedar and alder notes. Tobacco and violet details run through the finish. Shows weight and focus. Drink now through 2027. 

Wine Spectator
November 2017

Also beautiful, the 2015 St Péray La Belle de Mai checks in as 60% Roussanne and 40% Marsanne that’s from a mix of limestone and granite soils, vinified and aged in oak. It offers a terrific perfume of sautéed apples, vanilla bean, white peach and toasted bread to go with a medium-bodied, fresh, impeccably balanced feel on the palate. Drink it over the coming 3-4 years.

Wine Advocate
December 30, 2016

Saint-Péray is an tiny and underappreciated source of northern Rhône whites, mainly Marsanne, with some Roussanne in the mix. This barrel-fermented version is rich and full-bodied, boasting melon and pineapple fruit flavors that take on hints of creamed corn and citrus on the finish. Drink now.

Wine Enthusiast
May 2017

Pale yellow-gold. Mineral-accented citrus and orchard fruit aromas, along with hints of beeswax, quinine and dusty minerals. Chewy and focused on the palate, offering bitter lemon peel and pear skin flavors that flesh out and become sweeter with air. The mineral note drives a long, focused finish that leaves a suggestion of fennel behind.

July 2017

Made from 70% Roussanne and 30% Marsanne that was aged all in older oak, the 2014 St Peray la Belle de Mai is named after the location in Marseille where Laure's great grandmother had a restaurant. Medium to full-bodied, beautifully textured and layered, it has rich aromas and flavors of sauted apples, spice and honeycomb. It's another high quality white from this team and it will have 4-5 years of longevity, although I see no reason to delay gratification.

Wine Advocate
December 2015

A ripe, racy, unadorned style, with a pure beam of crushed plum and raspberry fruit, backed by subtle blood orange and violet notes. Drink now. 5,000 cases made.

Wine Spectator
November 15, 2015

Limpid gold. Fresh orchard and pit fruit aromas are complemented by suggestions of honey, tarragon and orange zest. Ripe and fleshy on the palate, showing very good depth and power to the expansive ripe pear, nectarine and orange flavors. Finishes smooth and very long, displaying a resonating citrus note and building mineral and floral qualities.

March 2016

Mirabelle plum, pear and mango notes are mixed here, with ginger and verbena accents lining the lightly toasted, brioche-framed finish. Flattering, but has good freshness. Roussanne and Marsanne

Wine Spectator
November 15, 2014

Vivid yellow. Ripe peach and pear skin on the nose, with complicating notes of honey, dusty mineral and white flowers. Supple, fleshy and expansive, offering juicy orchard fruit flavors and a butter touch of citrus zest. Nicely combines richness and energy and closes with very good clarity and mineral-driven persistence.

Valentine's Day Review
April 2014

A flattering, creamy style, with a noticeable buttery edge alongside the macadamia nut, pear and melon notes. Solid for the style.

Wine Spectator
Arpil 30, 2014

Rich but fresh, with chamomile and orange blossom notes out front, followed by creamed white peach, melon and salted butter notes. The long finish offers a lovely mouthfeel. Drink now.

Wine Spectator
October 15, 2013

Rich but fresh, with chamomile and orange blossom notes out front, followed by creamed white peach, melon and salted butter notes. The long finish offers a lovely mouthfeel.

Wine Spectator
October 15, 2013

A rich, yet classy white...Exhibiting outstanding aromas of white peaches, honey, and flowers, it is medium-bodied, fresh and clean on the palate. Building in richness in the glass, its no lightweight, yet carries itself with grace and elegance. It should drink nicely for 7-8 years, possibly longer.

The Rhone Report
January 2013

Bright gold. An expressive bouquet displays lemon zest, pear, candied ginger and bright minerality. Juicy, penetrating citrus and orchard fruit flavors are enlivened by chalky minerality and pick up a hint of bitter quinine with air. Vibrant and pure white wine, finishing with firm punch and lingering notes of ginger and bitter citrus zest.

International Wine Cellar
March 2012

Greenish yellow. An expressive bouquet shows ripe citrus fruits, pear and honeycomb, plus a hint of chamomile. Velvety, palate-coating orchard fruit flavors are a tad warm and show a gently spicy character. There is good breadth and length to the finish.

International Wine Cellar
January 2011

This wonderully perfumed St. Peray combines scents of tangerine, with hints of honey, truffly and peach. Then the ripe citrus and peach flavors take hold, coating the mouth with breadth and intensity and leaving a slightly mineral-saline finish. Drink now - 2012.

Wine Enthusiast
April 2010

Ripe and flattering, with a heather honey note leading into melon, persimmon, peach and mango notes. A toasty hint weaves through the creamy, lightly buttered finish.

Wine Spectator
November 15, 2009
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