Tussock Jumper Gamay
Katie's Conclusion: This dry wine appears rich purple in the glass. The nose and the palate are both primarily berries, including cherry, strawberry, and raspberry, along with some plum and a touch of earthiness. There is nice acidity here which will help the wine pair nicely with food. This is not an overly complex wine, but it is enjoyable and should be a crowd pleaser.
Pair with: Meat pie, summer salads, and fish
Region: Vin de France, France