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It was once known as Napa Gamay in California – although the grape has nothing to do with true Gamay. It hails from the south of France but has found success in the States. It’s a high-yield red grape, acceptable for every day drinking, that shares some characteristics with Pinot Noir - and Gamay for that matter. Carbonic maceration can be used to counter its astringent tannins. California varietal bottles are available at great values – see J. Lohr.

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