Domaine Jamet

Collines Rhodaniennes Syrah

8.932 ratings
9.18 pro ratings
Northern Rhône, Rhône, France
Syrah
Lamb
Top Notes For
Ryan Mullins

Insane QPR

Insane QPR

Mar 2nd, 2019
Scott Wren

Lightweight N rhone Syrah. A little spice. A little funk (Bret?)Not earth shattering.

Lightweight N rhone Syrah. A little spice. A little funk (Bret?)Not earth shattering.

1 person found it helpfulDec 14th, 2016
Chris MacLean

I should have bought more of this.

I should have bought more of this.

Jan 12th, 2017
Ryan Mullins

Second time getting into this wine and loving the QPR. Definitely on the light side of northern Rhone but with all the aromatics you could want.

Second time getting into this wine and loving the QPR. Definitely on the light side of northern Rhone but with all the aromatics you could want.

Nov 27th, 2016
Chris MacLean

Great bargain Jamet

Great bargain Jamet

Nov 26th, 2016
R David Fuhrman

“ drink em if you got em.....soon”

“ drink em if you got em.....soon”

Mar 16th, 2018
James Forsyth

Our recent meal at The Modern continued with the aid of this very food friendly Syrah from Domaine Jamet. Jamet is one of Cara's favorite producers, in part because of her penchant for barnyard notes (regressive childhood memories playing in the British countryside, maybe). Through the generosity of friends we have been lucky enough to try numerous vintages of the Cote Rôtie. The entry level Syrah was something new. It is distinctly Jamet in that the signature barnyard notes are present and distinctive. The difference lies in the structure. This wine is lightweight in structure and the tanins are barely there. It is extremely approachable in the near term, and was just gorgeous with my beef course at The Modern. I may snag a few bottles. Perhaps one to tuck into while the Cote Rôtie gains age.

Our recent meal at The Modern continued with the aid of this very food friendly Syrah from Domaine Jamet. Jamet is one of Cara's favorite producers, in part because of her penchant for barnyard notes (regressive childhood memories playing in the British countryside, maybe). Through the generosity of friends we have been lucky enough to try numerous vintages of the Cote Rôtie. The entry level Syrah was something new. It is distinctly Jamet in that the signature barnyard notes are present and distinctive. The difference lies in the structure. This wine is lightweight in structure and the tanins are barely there. It is extremely approachable in the near term, and was just gorgeous with my beef course at The Modern. I may snag a few bottles. Perhaps one to tuck into while the Cote Rôtie gains age.

Jan 12th, 2018
Ahkmed Tilani

Surprisingly light and just not good. Only drank a glass

Surprisingly light and just not good. Only drank a glass

Aug 26th, 2017
Max Kelly

Lovely nuanced northern Rhone flavors, but lacking a little intensity and length.

Lovely nuanced northern Rhone flavors, but lacking a little intensity and length.

Apr 13th, 2017
Brian Wahlund

Off bottle. Flat.

Off bottle. Flat.

Feb 21st, 2017