Tasting Notes: This is Bojo but not as you know it - this is wine of two faces but they are in perfect harmony. It's dark and ripe with good structure from the Gamaret and then there is juiciness and softness from the Gamay. This is an interesting wine worth decanting, enjoy it over evening and watch it unfold in the glass.
Food Pairing: This would be lovely with beef bourguignon but equally delicious just sipping with friends eating crisps. I've enjoyed it with some Chinese food in the past and wow - that was really really good.