Notes from Wayward Wines:
Granitic Gamay a la Bouju coming from his own vines over the volcanic soils of the Auvergne. The grapes are all destemmed, lending a softness that tempers the tension in the acidity.
The fruit is bright and nimble with a fresh tartness that catches the jaw like chomping on a berry. The imprint of the soils are strong; this really is one of those Gamays that tastes like it has been filtered through stone. B is for banger.