About Domaine Jamet
Domaine Jamet is a producer in the northern Rhône known for its classical Côte-Rôtie wines. With vineyards situaed near Côte Brune and the Côte Blonde, their plantings are nearly all Syrah, with small amounts of Marsanne, Viognier and Roussanne.
The Domaine was founded by Joseph Jamet, who in 1950 acquired a tiny plot of land and began selling fruit to négociants. Domaine Jamet began bottling its own wines in 1976 and, following Joseph's retirement, his sons Jean-Luc and Jean-Paul took over the family business. In 2013, the brothers agreed to split their parcels between them. Today, Domaine Jamet managed by husband and wife Jean-Paul and Corinne Jamet, along with their son, Loïc, who joined in 2015.
In addition to vineyards inherited from the father of Jean-Paul Jamet, they have also acquired additional 20ha of vineyards in Condrieu. A family estate producing a boutique portfolio, their wines are truly collectables among oenophiles.