Division Winemaking Company Division-Villages Les Petits Fers Gamay Noir 2018

$25.99

Don't let the Oregon AVA moniker fool you, this wine has real pedigree. Most of the fruit is from 3 vineyards in the Eola-Amity hills, a cooler part of the Willamette valley with ancient volcanic and marine sedimentary soils. The balance is from vineyards in the Dundee Hills and Umpqua AVAs. All have cool coastal air at night to keep the acids in check, preserving freshness. True to Beaujolais style, most the wine was done in a carbonic maceration method with only a portion of the grapes going through traditional red fermentation. With such vibrant, quaffable fruit, this wine provides lots of pleasure now andndash; just pop and pour. andnbsp;

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Ratings on Delectable

Bloody Amateur

Shockingly tasty Gamay from Oregon (?!). I am now learning this is a thing. The winemakers say they’re inspired by friends in Fleurie. Cru B it’s not, but it IS a delicious if slightly too-acidic (an acidity that seems to build minutes and hours after opening) expression of a grape that just seems so crazily stalwart.

Shockingly tasty Gamay from Oregon (?!). I am now learning this is a thing. The winemakers say they’re inspired by friends in Fleurie. Cru B it’s not, but it IS a delicious if slightly too-acidic (an acidity that seems to build minutes and hours after opening) expression of a grape that just seems so crazily stalwart.

8.9

Jason Keefer

Great table wine! Garnet ruby color! Cherry and tobacco, but light!

Great table wine! Garnet ruby color! Cherry and tobacco, but light!

8.9

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 11am - 8pm
    Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
    Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

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