With its purple colour, Gamay expresses aromas of raspberry and blackberry, intensified on the palate by a slight touch of acidity. Fresh and delicious with fine tannins, it leaves a pleasant impression on the palate.
Originally from Beaujolais, Gamay was introduced into Valais during the nineteenth century. A variety with early maturity, it fully expresses its qualities when grown in soil rich in schist or granite. Its production is severely limited.
This wine has been traditionally vinified in our tanks, and it thus retains all of its flavour and original aromas.
Gamay harmonises beautifully with countryside dishes, sausages, white meats and soft cheeses.