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IGP Collines Rhodaniennes, Valine, Jean-Luc Jamet - 2020

By now you’re familiar with the other branch of the famous Jamet family, imported exclusively by CAVE. Made from vines grown in altitude and on the plateau surrounding the estate, Valine has an explosive nose of black berries and pepper, with hints of rose and violet. On the palate, its fruit bursts forth, its pulp charms and its sapid liquorice finish lets the terroir speak for itself. A racy IGP! Wine Advocate : 89/100
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Viticulture

2 ha on micaschists, trellising on wire.

Oenology

Grapes are destemmed and crushed. Pumping over in the morning and evening, one punching down during the vatting season. Aged for 10 months in 225, 300 and 500 litre barrels, 20% new wood.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Beef Tataki • Seared Swordfish Steak with Potatoes • Piadine.

Domain
The famous Domaine Jamet, well known for its great Côte-Rôtie wines, was divided in the early 2010s into two separate properties, each held by one of the brothers. Thus was born Domaine Jean-Luc Jamet, whose 2013 vintage is the "first". This is not a trial run, as Jean-Luc Jamet has been growing vines and making wine since he started in the 1980's. Jean-Luc Jamet practices the most reasoned cultivation possible, adapting to the needs of the plant and the vintage. The vines are grassed every other row. The soil is worked throughout the season, with the application of compost if necessary. The pruning allows us to aim for 40hl/ha with 9000 vines/ha. The aim is to have a large amount of foliage in order to let the grapes ripen to the end but also to protect them. Maturation is long, before the grapes are harvested by hand.
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