Gamay Noir

Gamay Noir is an unusual varietal that combines dark fruit and bright acid, with subtle notes of licorice or anise.

Largely found in Beaujolais, France, Gamay Noir is relatively rare in the United States, largely found in the Willamette Valley and a few spots in British Columbia.

A wonderful alternative to Pinot Noir for folks want to explore reds from the Willamette Valley.

Cellar 503 selections

Vincent Wine Company 2016 Gamay NoirNov. 15, 2018: Thanksgiving Wines
Martin Woods Winery 2017 RoséNov. 15, 2018: Thanksgiving Wines
Teutonic Wine Company 2015 Pinot Gamay “1787” BlendJuly 18, 2018: Summer Wines
Grochau Cellars 2015 Gamay NoirNov. 30, 2017: Thanksgiving Wines
Silas Wines 2014 Gamay MalbecOct. 23, 2017: Focus on Winemaking Techniques
Tripod Project 2014 Triple Fist Gamay NoirNov. 18, 2016: A Friendsgiving Thanksgiving
Random Wine Company 2013 Gamay Noir / Pinot NoirOct. 14, 2016: Amazing Oregon Blends
Brick House Vineyards 2014 Gamay NoirApril 1, 2016: Dry Farmed Wines
Division Winemaking Company 2014 Gamay Noir CruNov. 24, 2015: Thanksgiving Wines
Brick House Vineyards 2013 Gamay NoirApril 1, 2015: Biodynamic, Organic & LIVE Certified Wines

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