Mommessin Les Papillons Gamay
Founded in 1865, this premier Burgundy producer has, in recent times, brought their expertise and experience to bear on the delightful gamay reds of the Beaujolais region. Les Papillons, "The Red Butterflies", is produced from vines that have an average age of 40 years. The fruit is semi-carbonically fermented to ensure a supple and bright fruitiness. The finished wine exhibits highly aromatic small red fruit notes with buoyant juiciness and a soft finish. Best enjoyed as a young wine.
Maison Villette Gamay
An energetic gamay from two areas in France. Partly from Beuaujolais and partly from the Comte Tolesan region in the south of France. Typically lively and juicy with aromas of berries and rose petals and just a little hint of gamey spice. Light and bright on the palate, serve it cool, not cold, to bring out the best in this wine.
Famille Bougrier Gamay
Since 1885, FAMILLE Bougrier have mastered the art of fine wines with the same passion and aim: offering the best expression of the French terroirs, keeping the highest respect for land and people. The grapes for this light, jolly wine were destemmed and subjected to both normal and malolactic fermentation. The joyfulness of the gamay grape was captured resulting in a fruity, balanced wine with a touch of spice. A wine to drink now with white meat, charcuterie or good cheese.
Mommessin Château de Montmelas Beaujolais-Villages
The fruit for this fruit-driven Beaujolais is sourced from an estate that has history dating back to the 10th century when the Château was first established. The terroir consists of 50 hectares of prime Beaujolais land from Montmelas and Rivolet where the vines are an average 40 years of age. The wine itself is a fresh and quite fruity Gamay with notable blackcurrant and strawberry flavours and aromas. To see this delightfully attractive wine at its best, chill to about 10-12 degrees.
Francois Martenot Gamay
A light and fruity red with varietal notes of sour cherry and red fruit. It finishes softly, is unpretentious and easy to quaff.
Thierry Delaunay Touraine Gamay
The wines of Thierry Delaunay have gained a reputation as exceptionally well crafted, modern expressions of classic Touraine varieties. This Loire Valley Gamay almost dances on the tongue with its refreshing, charming exuberance. A selection of the best cuvees of the vintage, the colour is bright ruby red in colour. Red fruits predominate on the nose, with strawberries, red plums and cherries. The palate is light and supple, with soft tannins and a fresh, fruity finish. A joyful wine with a spring in its step.
Henry Fessy Gamay Noir
Established in 1888 in the heart of an exceptional domain, Henry Fessy is a traditional family-run house renowned for its production of Crus Beaujolais.Originally from Burgundy, the Gamay Noir is a naturally fruity grape variety that gives elegant and balanced wines.Gamay Noir reveals a deep ruby colour. It offers red fruits, lightly spicy notes. Of a remarquable softness and a nice concentration, the mouth is full of fresh fruits flavours. A very pleasant wine with soft tannins.
Domaine Pardon & Fils Beaujolais Cuvee P Rouge
The wine itself is classic Beaujolais, aromatic and pretty with abundant red cranberries, rose petals and raspberries. The refreshing structure makes it the quintessential summertime red - even more so if you give it an hour or so in the fridge before having a glass.
Debussy Reverie Gamay
Pasquier Desvignes Beaujolais Village
Colour, wonderfull deep red colour.Nose, intense nose dominated by red berries. Palate, fruity, subtle and lively wine.