Gamay grape

Gamay grape

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Gamay grape wine

The Gamay variety is one of the oldest varieties that has long been denied a place of honor among noble varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.

Where is gamay wine made?

La Gamay is a variety of intensely purple grapes used for the production of red wines, probably the most notable being the Beaujolais, of the area of ​​the same name, in addition to the well-known and renowned wines of the Loire Valley.

The gamay is a grape used to make red wine. It grows mainly in Beaujolais and in the valley of the Loire, in the surroundings of Tours.

It is a very diversified variety that includes a group of materials with colored pulpa (Gamay tintorera). It comes from the crossing of Pinot Noir and Gouais Blanc. The most used denomination is Gamay noir à jus blanc.

It is a very diversified variety that includes a group of materials with colored pulpa (Gamay tintorera). It comes from the crossing of Pinot Noir and Gouais Blanc. The most used denomination is Gamay noir à jus blanc.

Small in size, medium compact and uneven, with cylindrical shape of marked shoulders and very short peduncle without lignification.

Little tannins, the wines are conserved little time and they have to consume young people. They are light, fruity and very pleasant.

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