Pierre Peters is a family run house noted for their sublime Blanc de Blancs Champagnes. The house was started in 1858 when Gaspar Peters married Miss Doué, who owned 2 hectares of vines in Le Mesnil and they began selling grapes to local Champagne houses. It wasn't until 1919 when their grandson, Camille, took the reins and became one of the first producers to harvest, bottle and sell champagne under their own name. In 1944, Pierre Peters took over, changed the name of the estate and increased the vineyard holdings in the Côtes des Blancs to almost 20 hectares. Today, the house is under the guidance of Rodolphe Peters, whose focus on quality remains steadfast. Hand harvesting and judicious use of reserve wines helps to make Champagnes which age beautifully.
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