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A variety of red grape, used to make lighter-types of wines such as Beaujolais, by carbonic maceration. It's also popular in the Loire and Switerland.
Gamay produces wines with the flavour of red cherries & strawberries. Rosé wines made from Gamay tend to be slightly sweet.

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