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Jamet Today

Friday, 4th November 2022 by Thomas Parker MW

The following article was originally published on JancisRobinson.com.


A Vertical of Ch√Ęteau Grillet

Friday, 10th June 2022 by Thomas Parker MW

You have to see Château Grillet to truly appreciate it. An amphitheatre of terraced vines is carved into the perilously steep slopes overlooking the Rhône river. The small property sits below the majority of the vineyard, with lower terraces spreading right and left, and some new plantings curling away upriver towards Lyon.


24 hours with Famille Perrin

Monday, 26th February 2018 by Thomas Parker

In January we took a flight down to the Rhone to spend some time with the Perrin family. Over the course of 24 hours we saw the traditions that have made Chateau de Beaucastel and the family’s other wines some of the most revered and well-known in the region, and critically how improvements are being made to maintain and increase their importance over the coming years.


Harvest 2016: Chateau Grillet AOC

Wednesday, 5th October 2016 by Ben Browett

September is harvest time in France so I headed down to Burgundy and the Rhone Valley to spend some time with friends of Farr Vintners who also happen to make some outstanding wine.


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