Origin: Niagara Peninsula, Ontario
Producer's Notes: How can we explain the success of Malivoire's Gamay? Is it the intense nose of fresh, ripe bramble fruits? The hint of strawberry//. or the location of the vines, nestled on the sun-soaked Peninsula where the fragrant breezes bounce between two Great Lakes? Let's just say this ancient variety has found its home here in Niagara and, like the land, it's solid, vibrant, and noble.
These Gamay clusters were sourced from Beamsville Bench and Vinemount Ridge sites
Tasting: Cherry, blueberry, cranberry, red licorice with a mossy inference. Fresh, perky and dry. Red cherry, raspberry, pomegranate and peppery spice on the palate.