1A variety of black wine grape native to the Beaujolais district of France.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Galet cites scores of different Gamays, many quite unrelated to the Beaujolais archetype, many of them particular clonal selections of it, and many more of them red-fleshed teinturiers once widely used to add colour to vapid blends.
- This is far-north wine-growing, and the grapes planted, the white Sauvignon and Chenin, the red Cabernet Franc and Gamay, are all varieties prized for their fairly acid and raw qualities.
- The grape ripens late, providing a richness of flavour not found in either Gamay or Pinot Noir.
from the name of a hamlet in Burgundy, eastern France.
Definición de Gamay en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.