Gamay

Gamay is a purple-colored grape variety used to make red wines, most notably grown in Beaujolais and in the Loire Valley around Tours. Its full name is Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc. It is a very old cultivar, mentioned as long ago as the 15th century.

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  1. George Duboeuf Nouveu Beaujolais

    George Duboeuf Nouveu Beaujolais

    $8.99

    Size 750ML


    The 2016 Beaujolais Nouveau displays a shimmering carmine color.Fresh aromas of red and black fruits, strawberry marmalade withhints of peach come through on the nose. It is fresh, fruity andflavorful on the palate. Delicious finish. Best served slightly chilled. Learn More
  2. Beaujolais-Villages Henry Fessy Vins Du Beaujolais

    Beaujolais-Villages Henry Fessy Vins Du Beaujolais

    $17.94

    Size 750ML


    Vibrant bouquet of red fruits with underlying spiced notes. In the mouth there is nice structure with a long-lasting finish of mouth-watering fruit. Pair with wild game, meat dishes with sauces, roasts, charcuterie and cheese. Learn More
  3. Jean Ernest Decombes Morgon

    Jean Ernest Decombes Morgon

    $26.94

    Size 750ML


    This first-class Morgon shows perfect balance and a sumptuous bouquet of black currant, plum, violets and old-fashioned roses. Elegantly smooth on the palate, revealing several layers of fresh red berries, especially cherries. The silky, prolonged finish signals completely ripened fruit. Learn More
  4. Edmund's St John Bone-jolly Gamay 2014

    Edmund's St John Bone-jolly Gamay 2014

    $32.94

    Size 750ML


    From the high elevation Barsotti Vineyard, comes this fresh and joyful Gamay. Beaujolais fans rejoice, it's just as quaffable as you imagine. Lithe red fruit and violet notes taste even fresher when served with a slight chill. Edmonds St. John is part of a new wave of California winemakers focusing on purity of fruit and excellent terroir over high alcohol, overextraction and judicious oak aging. Learn More

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