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-California’s Best Chardonnays — 30 producers who set the gold standard for quality

America’s favorite white wine powers ahead, led by a diverse mix of winemakers who are exploring terroir, especially in cool climate realms, and creating pathbreaking wines. Whether for casual drinking or fancier dining, California Chardonnay has few peers. - by Adam Japko

- An Afternoon With Alan Peirson and Lesley Warner-Peirson:
PEIRSON MEYER and L’Angevin Wines

September 17, 2010 - I stumbled across my first bottle of L'Angevin, the 2003 Charles Heintz Vineyard, five years ago during dinner with a couple of wine buddies at Max Downtown restaurant in Hartford, Connecticut. We knew nothing at all about the wine or its producers and ordered on an informed hunch. Since that serendipitous evening, I have bought L'Angevin, and now many of those same wines under the newer PEIRSON MEYER moniker....

Georgia Magazine - by Kelly Simmons

- In vino veri-dawgs, Winemaker Robbie Meyer

September 2010 - Meyer, who earned his degree in enology from the University of California at Davis after graduating from UGA, has been making wine in northern California for over ten years. In addition to the wine he produces for Jericho Canyon, he also makes wines for his own labels, L'Angevin and PEIRSON-MEYER... - Atlanta Wine Pairing

- L'Angevin and PEIRSON MEYER Wines

April 21st, 2010 - At the High Museum Auction trade wine tasting in Atlanta I had the opportunity to meet Robbie Meyer, winemaker for L'Angevin and PEIRSON MEYER wines.