Domaine Jamet Cote-Rotie 'Cote-Brune' 2014

Located four short kilometers from the village of Ampuis, Domaine Jamet sits on the esteemed ‘Le Vallin’ plateau, producing deep, succulent Syrah under the family name since 1976. Jean-Paul Jamet is a big supporter of traditional techniques, including partial whole-cluster fermentation, vinification in stainless steel, and aging in large oak casks. The 2014 ‘Cote-Brune’ is smoky and red-fruited, with delicate floral nuances and tight, crunchy structure. Fruit comes from a small .55 hectare plot, purchased in 1948. 18-21 day vinification, pumpovers, and aged or 22 months in large oak casks; unfined and unfiltered.
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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.