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Gamaret

Vintage :
70cl. - 2017
50cl. - 2017
150cl. - 2016

Grape:
100% Gamaret
Aged in oak barrels. 

Description:
The Gamaret is a relatively new grape in the world of viticulture. Created in 1970  at the Federal Research Station for Pully, as a cross between Gamay and Reichtensteiner (white grape of German origin).

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Description:
The Gamaret is a relatively new grape in the world of viticulture. Created in 1970  at the Federal Research Station for Pully, as a cross between Gamay and Reichtensteiner (white grape of German origin). It was first used as a blending wine, but its virtues as a varietal in its own right were quickly recognised. It was in the early 1990s that in began to become well established in the Geneva region. Its "cousin" Garanoir is also from the same grape cross. 

Tasting:
Bouquet: Red and black fruits such cherry and raspberry. Some spices, with slight woody notes and  caramel.
Palate: The wine is full bodied, the some tannins present but not overpowering. A hint of  wood is also present but does not mask the fruit flavours. 

Accompagnies:
Gamaret is a gastronomic red wine which goes marvellously with red meats as well as game dishes. 

Serving temperature:
15-16 degrees C. 

Storage:
Optimum: 2 years. Maximum recommended: 8 years 

Sizes of bottle available:
50cl. ; 70cl. ; 150cl. 

Packaging:
50cl. : Cases of 6 bottles, cork.
70cl. : Cases of 6 bottles, cork.
150cl. :Single bottle, cork.

Awards :
2015 - Gold - Vinalies Internationales Paris.

Color : Vin Rouge
Season : A boire toute l'année
Usage : Apéritif et repas
Quelle est votre humeur ? : Après-midi grillades
Type of event : Mariage

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Gamaret

Gamaret

Vintage :
70cl. - 2017
50cl. - 2017
150cl. - 2016

Grape:
100% Gamaret
Aged in oak barrels. 

Description:
The Gamaret is a relatively new grape in the world of viticulture. Created in 1970  at the Federal Research Station for Pully, as a cross between Gamay and Reichtensteiner (white grape of German origin).

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