Region: Cote Rotie, Rhone Valley, France
Grape Varieties: Syrah
Wine Spectator Magazine
"Youthfully tight, with hints of lilac, white pepper and red currant quickly overrun by a strong iron note. The finish is taut, with a damson plum note lingering, but it's also seriously long, and this should more than fill out nicely.--Non-blind Jamet Côte-Rôtie vertical (2010). Best from 2012 through 2020." –JM (Web Only 2010)
Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"Complex, deep and difficult to precisely describe, with a mix of floral aromas, olive and herbs accenting sinewy fruit. It's the type of wine that could age for another decade, although some tasters may question its relatively narrow construction."
- Wine Spectator 93/100
- Wine Enthusiast 91/100