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Colour: Red

The Gamay grape is commonly considered to have descended from a mutant strain of Pinot Noir, and was named after the village in which it first appeared in the 1360s. This grape was responsible for keeping the village afloat following the Black Death. Gamay tends to ripen two weeks earlier than its Pinot Noir ancestor, and is generally easier to cultivate. It produces a strong, fruitier wine in a much larger abundance.

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    Chateau Cambon Beaujolais 2018

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    Domaine De La Charmoise Gamay De Touraine 2019

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    Domaine Jean Foillard Morgon ‘Classique’ 2018

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    Jean Foillard Morgon Cote Du Py 2018

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    Lapierre Raisins Gaulois Gamay 2017