Bruce K wrote:I assume this is from Gamay
Macon can grow Pinot Noir, too, but when they use it in a red, it's normally labeled Bourgogne Rouge. (And in the trivia department, when they blend Pinot and Gamay, the label will read "Bourgogne Passetoutgrains.")
In Macon, Georgia, on the other hand, the local wine is usually Muscadine.
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