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Comfort Red looking for a red to pair with your POW main course, here is an easy drinking option your garunteed to enjoy!
Gamsy is a blend of Syrah from the Drome, grown on alluvial soil, whilst the Gamay if for 290 metres, granite soil located in St Joseph. The grapes are de-stemmed but not crushed and cuvaison is just 11 days. Pumping over is used sparingly over the course of fermentation and the wine is then finished in traditional tanks. The result is a delicious, open-faced and juicy red, redolent of both violet and red fruit, with a cool mineral palate.
Entrecouer (this is the process of thinning the secondary shoots in the lae spring), is the name for the red Crozes Hermitage is made up of several parcels, of which 90% are on the Haut Chassis and on glacial alluvial soil, with a small parcel from the Larnage principally of decomposed granite. The fruit is de-stemmed but not crushed and cuvaison lasts for 25 days and is finished in traditional tank ( no oak). The result is s fresh, pure finessed wine of just 13% that acts as a portal to the vineyards themselves.