“The flowers are so fresh here, together with attractive red cherries and some spicy notes. The palate has a very powerful bed of tannins, cast in structured and stony mode, and red-berry flavors wrapped in deep. Drink or hold.” -James Suckling, 92pts
The main variety planted, almost exclusively, in Beaujolais, France. Fruity, floral and uncomplicated this light-bodied red is a sure pleaser for the masses. Notably higher acid, low tannin, and aromatic, Gamay is a good pair with just about any manner or style of dishes. Drinkable young, affordable, and delicious, what’s not to like?