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Classicism in Côte-Rôtie:
2021 Jamet Côte-Rôtie

In any year, Jamet's Côte-Rôtie is one of the great wines of the northern Rhône. However, something special happens to Jamet in brisker and more classical vintages. Anyone fortunate enough to have tasted their 1991 Côte-Rôtie can attest to this.

The Other Side of Jamet: 2021 Jamet Cote-Rotie Fructus Voluptas

The intention was to significantly depart from the winemaking of the flagship Côte-Rôtie. Fructus Voluptas sees little to no stem inclusion and is sourced from younger vines. This yields a more fruit-driven and immediate lens to view Jamet's winemaking.

An Ideal Platform: 2001 Côte-Rôtie

There's a punchy minerality with ultra-precise savory notes and bright red fruits.

The Other Side of Jamet 2019 Jamet
Côte-Rôtie Fructus Voluptas

Jamet's signature finesse,  with darker fruits and more overt florality.

Jamet: From VdF to Côte Brune

The heights that Jean-Paul Jamet reaches has few peers in the entire northern Rhône.

Jamet 1998-2017: From VdP to Côte Brune

The heights that Jean-Paul Jamet reaches has few peers in the entire northern Rhône. They are amazingly elegant, precise, and clear. It's pretty much that simple.

Jamet Rarity
2017 Jamet Côtes du Rhône

If you go looking, you won't find a single other listing for 2017 Jamet Côtes du Rhône. This is one of those seriously rare bottles that we search high and low for. The ultimate result is typically a modest few cases.

The Rhône: 1994-2017
Bonneau, Chave, Gonon, Jamet & More

For me, we're entering the prime season for Rhône wines. With that in mind, I took a spin through our inventory to compile the list below. 

The Perennial Overachiever
2016 Jamet Syrah Collines Rhodaniennes IGP

In the Northern Rhône, 2016 is shaping up to be an absolutely beautiful vintage. For people who love classically styled vintages (think of 2010 and 2013), this will be an important vintage. 

"One of the best wines made at Côte Rôtie" -
1997 Jamet Côte-Rôtie Côte Brune

"The Brune is consistently one of the best wines made at Côte Rôtie." -John Livingstone-Learmonth, The Wines of the Northern Rhône If you love classic Côte-Rôtie, Jamet is the name to know. For decades, Jamet has been the benchmark of Côte-Rôtie.

"A striking combination of power and finesse" -
2014 Jamet Côte-Rôtie

There's not much that needs to be said about Jamet. The Jamet family has long been the benchmark for traditional Côte-Rôtie.

Punching Above Its Weight-Class:
2015 Jamet Collines Rhodaniennes IGP

In any vintage, Jamet's Collines Rhodaniennes is a soulful quaffer of the highest order. The 2015 is something much more.

Irresistible Northern Rhône: 2014 Jamet Collines Rhodaniennes IGP

Jamet is known for benchmark Côte Rotie, but when it comes to drinkabilty, it's their Collines Rhodaniennes we reach for.

An Ideal Platform: 1998 Jamet Côte-Rôtie

The only prudent thing to do is to keep this offer brief. This has all the markings of something that will sell out in a flash.