Gamay Blanc


A name for the Chardonnay variety of wine grape use in making white and sparkling wines and Champagnes in France and particularly found in the Burgundy region, where it is easy to grow and produces high yields and sometimes is used with Aligoté. It is the only variety grown in the Chablis appellation and is also found in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, the United States (specifically California), Italy, and Spain. Good with fish, seafood, shellfish, red meat dishes (grilled and smoked), creamy sauces, poultry, and egg dishes.Also known as: Chardonnay, Gamay Blanc, Melon d’Arbois, and Pinot Chardonnay.

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