This Chilean wine is perfect for gamay fans
The 2017 Garage Wine Co. País 215 BC Ferment from Maule Valley in Chile has the young fruitiness of gamay, but is weightier and more complex with floral aromas, berry flavors and soft, easy tannins. 215 BC is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the arrival of the país grape (also called mission) in the New World 215 years before the first cabernet sauvignons.
$20. Available at Parker’s Table in Richmond Heights
Glenn Bardgett is a longtime contributor to Sauce Magazine.
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