Gamay Noir

Gamay Noir


The estate of Maison Henry Fessy consists of over 70 hectares (175 acres) of exceptional vineyards in the heart of the region's celebrated Crus. Originally from Burgundy, the Gamay Noir variety is a naturally fruity grape that produces elegant and balanced wines. The reintroduction of the owl to the vineyards was carried out in order to sustainably combat and eliminate rodents and other animals that attack the vine.


Traditional temperature-controlled vinification.

Tasting note

Our Gamay Noir 2018 has a red-ruby color unveiling strawberry and raspberry perfumes. The palate is very fruity with blackurrant on the finish. This wine is light and very delightful.

Suggested food pairings

Game meat, stew, charcuterie, cheeses.

Serving temperature


Press review

Gamay Noir 2018 - Terre de Vins - Octobre 2019 - "Très fruité et croquant"


Appellation Vin de France

Varietal Gamay Noir

Average Vine Age 30 years

Soil composition Pink schistous granite

Pruning Gobelet

Harvest Hand picked

Density of Vines 9000 vines/ha

Average yield 40-50 hl/ha

Press review

  • French press

Gamay Noir 2016 - Concours International du Gamay - Janvier 2018 - Médaille d'argent

Gamay Noir 2018 - Terre de Vins - Octobre 2019 - "Très fruité et croquant"

Un vin très fruité (framboise, fraise, cassis) croquant et acidulé. (Frédérique Hermine)