Gamay's inimitable bright ruby hue teems with bright cherry, raspberries, and dark spices on the nose, as
you might expect. The palate's judicious concentration, roundness and spice, however, set this apart from more common examples of Ga may while allowing the grape to remain its harmonious, versatile, earthy and red-fruited self. The lingering finish introduces some slightly smoky notes as well as a little saline minerality. An amazing expression of Gamay!
Pairs well with the same foods as Beaujolais: light chicken dishes, salads, cheeses and charcuterie. Serve at 55 degrees.