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Martin Woods Gamay noir noir 2018

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The first Martin Woods wine we ever tasted was a Gamay, and we loved it! That was a few years ago and this new Gamay is even better than the first. The promise of Willamette Valley Gamay is ideally captured–part snappy energy, part supple silkiness.

Wild strawberry, mulling spice, lifted floral tones–sweet juicy red fruit with persistent freshness–silky texture, gentle structure–serve cool, not cold, with diverse cuisine...or simply enjoy the yumminess on its own.

Tualatin Estate is situated in the far northwestern corner of the Willamette, framed by the coast range to the immediate west. Havlin vineyard sits squarely in the delta of the Van Duzer Corridor, the "air-conditioning" pathway through the Coast Range where marine air enters from the west and cools the Willamette Valley. The cooling influence of these persistent winds makes for grapes that patiently attain full phenolic maturity while retaining bright acidity and fresh fruit character. The Willamette Valley is truly a home-away-from-home for Gamay.



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If you haven't found a full case (12 bottles) to buy today, start your Build a Case now by purchasing a few bottles online, by phone or email. If you order online, select the Build a Case option. If by phone or email, just ask us to add the bottles to a Build a Case for you. You'll receive order confirmation and we'll cellar the wines for you at no charge.

Add to your case whenever you see wines you can't resist. Each time you add to your Build a Case, you'll be charged the discounted price.

When you complete your case, we'll apply a shipping rate and contact you to schedule your case for shipment.

Because of finite space in our warehouse, we kindly ask that you complete your Build a Case within six months. Please email or call us with any questions.