Bow & Arrow, Gamay
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Bow & Arrow, Gamay - 2021

Item # 28756 750mL

A delicious red wine made from the Gamay grape. Lively on the palate and a red wine you can drink with a slight chill alongside a plate of cured meats and cheeses. Scott Frank is behind Bow & Arrow wines which became his passion project in the Willamette Valley in 2001.

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Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

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Staff Pick Notes

I have always been a lover of what the hands at Bow and Arrow put together. But this wine, it is more then just a "good wine." It is the kind of wine your memory wanders to.The kind of wine you compare others to. Juice that provides you with passion and daydreams. It is a medium-bodied wine that lures you by all your senses. It is clean and balanced and noble. Luminous and juicy. Fresh pressed Pomegranate juice. Blood oranges (real blood oranges). It is fresh and lively and free. Beautiful and bountiful.

- HG


Willamette Valley

Perhaps the most familiar wine producing region in Oregon, the Willamette Valley is actually a group of distinct AVA's (American Viticultural Areas). This varied area is home to approximately two thirds of Oregon's wineries. Bounded roughly by the cities of Portland in the north and Eugene in the south, the near-idyllic wine growing region is cradled between the Cascade Mountain Range on its east side and the Coastal Range to the west, and produces some of America's most sublime expressions of...

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The largest wine region in Oregon is the Willamette Valley, lying between the cities of Portland and Eugene and home to most of Oregon’s wineries. As it does not have one homogeneous climate, it has been broken up into several different AVAs. In the best of them, the perfect amounts of wind, rain, sun exposure, and altitude combine to give Pinot Noir the warm days and cool nights it needs in order to thrive. Combine that with good drainage and poor soils, and you’ve got the perfect environment...

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