The Thirteenth Street Winery Gamay Noir 2008 Wine Review
Natalie's Score: 89/100Vintages Wine Panel: This is a great follow-up to the exceptional 2007 vintage. Complex Gamay with fascinating aroma profile including smoky cherry, plum, bacon bits, beetroot, floral and underbrush. Dry, lithe, round wine that is unabashedly fashioned in a New World-meets-European wine style. A classic choice for roast beef with garlic and gravy. My note: Lovely black pepper and dark plum notes with cassis, blueberries and spices running through the heart of this supple and full-bodied red. Very polished tannins.
Gamay Noir food pairings: roast beef.
This was reviewed June 26, 2010
by Natalie MacLean
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