Gamay Quatre Saisons, Bernard Vallette
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Gamay Quatre Saisons, Bernard Vallette - 2020

Item # 43250 750mL
$19.96/ Single Bottle
$239.52 $215.57/ Case of 12
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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

Tasting Notes

From the deep south of Beaujolais in the village of Lachassagne, where the soils are clay and limestone as opposed to granite, Bernard Vallette is farming 6 ha passed down through his family from his grandparents. The grapes are hand-harvested, fermented with native yeasts using carbonic maceration and a comparatively lengthy aging in stainless steel. The resulting wines are charming and immensely drinkable in their youth, but also develop nicely with a few years of age.

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Staff Pick Notes

The Bernard Vallette Beaujolais Quatre Saisons is truly a wine for all four seasons. Equally delightful in front of a fire during the winter and served slightly chilled in summer. A joy to drink while buds break during spring, those first warm days making you yearn for more, and so pleasurable when that first autumn chill hits the air, like drinking a warm hug. This Gamay is what they all strive to be: light, vibrant, utterly quaffable. Pomegranate, red currant, freeze dried raspberry, and tart red cherry take the lead, making way for crushed rock minerality. A true year-round crowd pleaser, stock up now!

- TI

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