Perhaps one of the most famous children of Pinot Noir, Gamay is a very ancient grape. Banned from Burgundy by the Duke in 1395, it then found its home in Beaujolais, where it thrives thanks to its granitic soils. Mostly associated with light, young and easy to drink wines made in carbonic maceration, Gamay also makes a name for itself when in good hands, delivering beautiful, structured reds.
In this curated box, you’ll discover the many faces of Gamay: from Rosé Pétillant for aperitif, to fun and juicy light red (a no brainer when your friends come for dinner), to a more bright and bold red to enjoy with a good meal. You have them all.
Exilé rosé 2019, Domaine Jousset, Loire Valley, France
Gamay Nuovo 2021, Lucy Margaux, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Souteronne 2019, Hervé Souhaut, Rhône Valley, France
Brouilly vv 2020, Jean-Claude Lapalu, Beaujolais, France
Jolie Laide Gamay 2019, Jolie Laide, California, US
Le Ferme de Sato Alyssum 2019, Sato Wines, Central Otago, New Zealand