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Most famous for producing the light-bodied, fruity wines of Beaujolais.  It can also be found in Northern Italy, the Loire Valley, and even Oregon! This is a great alternative for Pinot Noir lovers looking for soft reds with cherry/strawberry notes and occasionally an earthy spice.  Tannins are low and drinkability is high.  If you really want to shake it up, try one of our Passetougrains, a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir!

Terres Dorees L’Ancien Beaujolais Vielle Vignes 2013, $20

Domaine des Pothiers Cote Roannaise 2013, $16

Grosjean Gamay Vallee d’Aoste 2013, $21

Georges Lignier et Fils Bourgogne Passetoutgrain 2013, $24

Bow & Arrow Rhinestones 2014, $24

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