Domaine Jamet

Domaine Jamet

Côte-Rôtie Syrah 1998

When Jamet with age is on it’s really on. ‘98 is showing beautifully tonight, fully open and giving wafting seductive and perfumed aromatics of ripe blackberry fruit, smoked meats, camphor and exotic spices with an elegant, satiny palate with melting tannins and a stunningly long finale. Beautiful wine, and for my tastes at its peak. — 17 days ago

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Jean-Luc Jamet

Valine Vin de Pays des Collines Rhodaniennes Syrah 2021

45$ Délicieux avec une pointe d’acidité. 11.6% — 5 months ago

Moulin Jamet

Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2022

Trader Joes. Surprisingly good with some of their surprisingly good cheese! — 2 months ago

Tom, Bob and 2 others liked this

Domaine Jamet

Vernillon Condrieu Viognier 2020

Called Meursault or P-M. Seashell, preserved lemon and salt. — 3 months ago

Austin, Steve and 14 others liked this

Domaine Jamet

Collines Rhodaniennes Syrah 2019

2019 - nice with our bbq — 4 months ago

Paul, Tom and 5 others liked this


Lousas Parcela Seoane Mencía 2019

Baby’s 1st parcela unica and gotta say, it delivered! I like the Envinate Lousas wines—they’re always pretty good but usually a bit green and not profundo imo. This one started that way but as it opened, the high acid rolled off to reveal an extremely terroir driven wine, ripping w tension and minerality. The Lousas mencias usually give fancy n rhone vibes to me (i.e. entry level jamet), but Seoane had more of a juicy mineral burg thing going on (think Irancy) than a meaty rock thing. The bride observed wisely that this wine tasted very mineral and oceanic, but more like a seaside cliff than a briny beach. — 8 months ago

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Jean-Luc Jamet

Terrasses Côte-Rotie Syrah 2015

Everything is there just needs more time — 2 months ago

Aravind, Severn and 8 others liked this

Domaine Jamet

Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend

Jamet never disappoints. This love CDR punches hard for its weight class! Lovely nose and better pallet! I wish I would of bought more! — 2 months ago

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Thierry Allemand

Chaillot Cornas Syrah 2010

Sooo seems 2010 Northern Rhône is ready! After a stunning 2010 Jamet in recent weeks I was inspired to try ‘10 Allemand. A multi-hour decant has it simply rocking, wafting distinctive, captivating Allemand aromatics of deep dark fruit, olive tapenade, charcuterie, violets and a liquid rock minerality. It’s at the point where fresh primary fruit meets the cusp of secondary, tertiary character. The palate is silky, vibrant and mineral with its structured tannins beginning to soften. I wonder how 2010 Reynard would compare. But Chaillot, with air, is most certainly ready, but of course only entering its prime drinking window. Love these wines! — 4 months ago

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