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Gamay

Gamay

Gamay is mostly known for producing the red wines of Beaujolais, but is also grown in other regions of France, particularly in the Loire where it makes Cote Roannaise, Touraine and the odd vineyard in the western Loire. Gamay's defining characteristic is its low tannins and high acidity together with its vibrant black cherry aromas. On the odd occasion, if planted in the right terroir and made with precision, the wines from this variety can age and develop for many years, but it is appealing when young and most wines, due to the low tannins, can be drunk cool.

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  1. Domaine du Moulin Camus 2018 Gamay
    This is an unusual red, made from vineyards in the Muscadet region: an area known almost exclusively for white wines,... Learn More
  2. Robert Serol 2014 Cote Roannaise Eclat de Granite
    Despite it being made from the Gamay grape variety, the nose is very Pinot like with some spicy and leafy notes. The... Learn More
  3. Pierre Ferraud 2016 Saint Amour 'Cuvee 130 Ans'
    This is quite simply one of the greatest Beaujolais I have ever tasted. Created to celebrate the 130 anniversary of the... Learn More
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