Saturday, 21 December 2019

Two Bud Spur 2018 Gamay Nouveau

Gamay is the grape the French use to make the delicious lighter-style red wines of Beaujolais - but there are only a handful of producers using the grape here in Australia. Gamay should, in theory, thrives in cooler-climate regions like southern Victoria and Tasmania and this excellent example is made from fruit grown at Gardners Bay in the Huon Valley. Fresh and vibrantly fruity, with strawberry and savoury notes, this is designed to be drunk young, maybe lightly chilled. It just so happens it would go well with both turkey and ham dishes. Snap some up. $30.

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