For wine lovers, sommeliers and connoisseurs alike, Champagne Pierre Peters stands out for its unwavering commitment to quality, tradition and elegance over the last century.
Founded in 1919, the estate is situated in the heart of the Champagne region – Le Mesnil sur Oger within the Cote des Blancs subregion – and planted primarily with Chardonnay over its 19 hectares.
These grapes flourish in the regions chalky soils and receive a distinctive flinty minerality and finesse from the terroir in return. Pierre Peters Champagnes have garnered critical acclaim, being highly sought after by enthusiasts and sommeliers worldwide. The consistent high ratings and awards display the house’s commitment to excellence, cementing their position as one of Champagne’s finest producers.
Today, Champagne Pierre Peter’s is led by Rodolphe Peters, the sixth generation of the Peter’s family to take the helm. We are absolutely honoured to be hosting him on Tuesday 27th June for the next in our series of Wine Maker’s Dinners, where he will take us through a specially designed menu which will showcase the wonders of pairing Champagne with the best of the land and sea. Crafted to highlight the flavour profiles of the estate, expect to dine on a five-course show of wonder.
Beginning with the Cuvée de Réserve Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru – the estate’s signature blend of more than 20 years of Chardonnay harvests and a mainstay on the Bentley’s Wine List – the Bentley’s team and Rodolphe will take you through the careful pairing selections as well as the history and processes of the estate.