Uva Non Grata Gamay, VDF

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Pay d'Oc, France

For centuries maligned, mistreated and misunderstood, Gamay was outlawed by Philip the Bold in Burgundy in 1395. Some vignerons rebelled, hiding forbidden Gamay vines among the “noble” Pinot Noir vines. In their honor, they have “released” the deliberately disruptive Gamay, bottled without appellation and without any rules! A 'Persona Non Grata' is someone who is unwelcome... an 'Uva Non Grata' would be the latin phrase for an unwelcome grape.

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