Henry of Pelham 2004 Gamay
Is a good Gamay a lost art of winemaking? On the decline, yes, but certainly not lost. Pelham offers this rather interesting and tasty Gamay, made completely in stainless steel. It has great fruit flavours and interesting smells which make it a pleasure to drink. The smells are rich and full and they tickle the nose with hints of you-are-not-quite-sure-what-that-is smells, then it finally hits you: undertones of strawberry and raspberry linger in the background while the anise (black licorice) overtones really steal the show. On the taste, it’s spicy-sweet; great fruity flavour with the slightest hint of rosemary and thyme. This one is smooth and wonderful - a great offering … enjoy warm or cold, but please do enjoy.
Gamay Noir
Niagara Peninsula
at the winery

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