Meanwhile, on CTV News we chat about Gamay, the grape most famously associated with Beaujolais. It’s suffered the same reputation as its parent wine: the Rodney Dangerfield of wine.
It often gets no respect, mostly due to Beaujolais Nouveau.
However, Beaujolais that’s aged is a completely different animal. And so is Gamay-based wine from other regions that are not nouveau.
Find out why you’ll like this lovely, smooth red wine…
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