By continuing traditional practices, the Jamet family manages the vineyard on the upper slopess of Ampuis. Corinne, who joined the operation in the early 1990s, mainly manages the front office of the domaine. In contact with customers, she takes time to sample bottles, showing the work done by the team in the domaine and discuss the shared passion for wine. As for Loïc, his elder sister Fanny and his brother Dorian, he is now taking part in decision-making and works alongside his parents. After studying viticulture and oenology in college, and many other diverse and enriching experiences, Loïc Jamet completed his learning in other countries by immersion for several months in South Africa. A cultural, vine-growing and wine-making environment so very different from French methods, he took part in wine-making, discovered different work methods and refined his palate by tasting typical South African wines. Theory and practice now allow him to take his first big steps in the cellar of the Domaine. And so it is in the spirit of a wish to communicate a feeling of trust and a willingness to merge that Jean-Paul told his son Loïc about developing a Condrieu, under the Domaine Jamet name.
Balance, consistency and knowledge sharing are the key words for this family.