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CATHERINE and PASCAL JAMET

LVT 2017 r 2018 wh I sense an easing of the extraction here - good. A modern techniques domaine, but they have backed off recently, resulting in softer, finer whites than before. As a result, they are much more drinkable, and touch the pleasure button well. The Saint-Joseph Vignoble de la Tour d'Arras - 100% Roussanne - was a fleshy, genuine **** wine, for la table, in 2015. Both 2015 Saint-Joseph reds were very good - the slightly more expensive Les Traverses a ****(*), intense wine with character, and the Vignoble de la Tour d'Arras red a nourishing **** wine. The Traverses 2016 was also good and generous, a **** wine.

Pascal and Catherine are supporters of the Roussanne - their Saint-Péray comes from 2011 and 2014 Roussanne, with the 2017 a lovely caressing **** wine, very good from such young vines. Oak use is less evident since the late 2000s. The quality of the IGP Viogniers and red is good.

Pascal, wife Catherine Jamet RN 86 07370 Arras-sur-Rhône

Tel: +33(0)475 07 09 61

http://www.catherineetpascaljametvignerons.com

jametpascal@aol.com

Countries exported to:1) USA 2) GB

Percentage Exported: 10%

British Importers: Tanners 26 Wyle Cop Shrewsbury www.tanners-wines.co.uk