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February 10, 2009

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Give Whitecliff a try http://whitecliffwine.com/ they do a regular and a Rose with Gamay Noir.

Lenn, My favorite Gamay in the Finger Lakes is made by Bloomer Creek. It's done in a rose' style and is very fruit forward with very little oak if any.

Given your predilection for Gamay from France, I'd certainly like for you to try the only true Gamay in California, from a vineyard that was planted for me 9 years ago, at 3,400 feet elevation in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in Eastern California. My New York distributor can get a sample to you, I believe; if not, I'd be happy to ship one to you.

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