Domaine Jamet Cote-Rotie 2014

Located on the ‘Le Vallin’ plateau, Domaine Jamet has proudly vinifies traditional style Northern Rhone Syrah at the namesake estate; currently headed by Jean-Paul and his wife Corinne, the duo is working on their 41st vintage, using whole-cluster fermentations, stainless steel vinifications, and elevage in large oak casks for 22 months. The 2014 is distinctly floral, with peppery notes of smoke and dark fruit. Well-integrated tannins and a plush palate make this wine a classic; lay down until 2020, or even another 5-10 years.


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Among the world’s greatest red-wine grapes reaching its violet-scented peppery zenith in France’s Northern Rhone Valley. Also known as Shiraz in Australia where warmer temps pump up its volume.
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Rhone Valley, France

Originating in the Swiss Alps and emptying into the Mediterranean, the Rhône sculpted some of France's most fabled terroirs, from Condrieu and Côte Rôtie up north to Châteauneuf-du-Pape down south.