Patrick Jasmin

Côte-Rôtie Syrah

9.042 ratings
8.918 pro ratings
Côte-Rôtie, Northern Rhône, Rhône, France
Syrah
Top Notes For
Robert Cunningham

Wine Educator DeVinimus, Wine Workshop

7.4

Spoofilated. Sadly manipulated wine Tres triste. Not a good experience. A sad development.

Spoofilated. Sadly manipulated wine Tres triste. Not a good experience. A sad development.

1 person found it helpfulNov 20th, 2014
Daniel Hubbard

Good stuff, showing a bit leather, clove, all spice...

Good stuff, showing a bit leather, clove, all spice...

Apr 11th, 2017
Mark Freund

Mature. Leather, spice, wonderful balance and delicacy. Drink it up!

Mature. Leather, spice, wonderful balance and delicacy. Drink it up!

Jul 21st, 2015
Nat Gunter

Winemaker Cultivate Wines

9.2

Subtle and subtle and delicious and subtle.

Subtle and subtle and delicious and subtle.

May 30th, 2015
Will Atkinson

This bottle was fantastic, but tons of bottle variation this vintage. The '06 is more stable, but not as good as that one special bottle of '05.

This bottle was fantastic, but tons of bottle variation this vintage. The '06 is more stable, but not as good as that one special bottle of '05.

Dec 7th, 2014
Zoe Shyn

Jasmin= yum

Jasmin= yum

Nov 20th, 2014
jerod peitsmeyer

come on, baby, light my fire!

come on, baby, light my fire!

Aug 4th, 2014
Thomas Monroe

Winemaker Division Winemaking Company, Owner/Winemaker SE Wine Collective

8.6

Very flavorful and well made, perhaps a little light in the palate. #brianneday

Very flavorful and well made, perhaps a little light in the palate. #brianneday

Mar 21st, 2014
JohnQ Boxler

Sales Berkeley Wine Company

8.8

Speaking of guess who's ready for dinner: after a lot of shut down: shockingly Jasmin 2005 awake. Spicy, earthy, mineral, beautiful expression of Syrah. Just entering tertiary phase. Intrigued.

Speaking of guess who's ready for dinner: after a lot of shut down: shockingly Jasmin 2005 awake. Spicy, earthy, mineral, beautiful expression of Syrah. Just entering tertiary phase. Intrigued.

Feb 22nd, 2014
Ryan Stotz

Still the best wine $30 can buy. Drinking at peak, still bright and red but the savory smoke has integrated perfectly.

Still the best wine $30 can buy. Drinking at peak, still bright and red but the savory smoke has integrated perfectly.

Nov 1st, 2015