This bold and inviting red wine offers earthy flavors, firm tannin, and balanced acidity. Hints of dark cherry, ripe berries, black pepper and light chocolate are highlighted by refined character from 24-months aging in small oak barrels.


October 21, 2016


August 29, 2019


Traditionally known as Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc, Gamay Noir has adapted well to the climate of Northern Michigan, producing a lighter-bodied, aromatic, fruity red wine with distinct tart cherry, red plum and black pepper flavors abound.


24-months aging in small oak barrels.

Food Pairing

The complex character of this wine pairs well with savory dishes, red meats, grilled salmon, or wild game.