Gamay

Gamay

Gamay is the grape of Beaujolais and is found almost exclusively in this appellation south of Burgundy. There are small amounts grown in the Loire Valley, but it has not been exported to the New World in any significant quantities. The grapes are lightly coloured, with thinnish skins and produce wines with a bright cherry red colour. Whilst most of Beaujolais is light, in some of the Crus it can make wines that develop almost Burgundian qualities with ageing. Photo GNU.


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Beaujolais Villages produced under the auspices of George Duboeuf, the King of Beaujolais. Slightly older vintage, still drinking very well, offered at a silly price.

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£13.49
£5.95 / bottle(s)
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A Beaujolais Cru from one of the best appellations, Chiroubles, made by the King of Beaujolais, Georges Dubeouf.

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£16.00
£7.95 / bottle(s)
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Sorry this wine is now sold out. We have similar styles of wine listed on this page that match your original choice which you may want to consider.