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Fluette Gamay 2020

Côtes du Tarn IGP

Fluette is just that - a lovely fluid glass of lush, easy berry fruit that slips down wonderfully easily. At 12% it's no heavyweight. More like pure charm using Beaujolais's treasured Gamay grape. This one, however, is from Gaillac, SW France.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Silky, bright fruit with freshness and charm


Ripe blackberry, cherry, violets and a hint of candy floss

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

Fluette Gamay 2020

More information

  • Red - Medium Bodied
  • France
  • Mid scarlet
  • Vegetarian
  • 12.0% ABV
  • 9.0 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2025
  • Vegan

Gamay isn't local to southwest France, but was introduced there in 1970 to soften some of the beefier, tannic native grapes. And it's made itself feel right at home, as you'll notice with our lovely new-release Fluette. It's made by the exceptionally talented Jean-Noël Barrau at a multi-award-winning cellar in Gaillac. The Gamay vineyards lie on terraces perched above the River Tarn, not from Toulouse and Albi. The sandy gravel soil there lends the wine a lovely freshness to balance the silky ripeness of the fruit. So delicious and easy is it, that on hot summer days you could cool it down a little. The perfect red to chat with, on its own. But equally, it'll slip down well with chicken, creamy brie-like cheeses or with noodle stir-fry.

"Such a delightful, supple, silky red and, not too heavy, it makes very easy drinking" Mark Hoddy
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