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 (gă-mā′, găm′ā)
1. A variety of grape grown in France that is used to make red wine, especially Beaujolais.
2. A light red wine made from this grape.

[French, after Gamay, a village of east-central France.]


1. (Brewing) a purple-coloured grape variety native to the Beaujolais region of France
2. (Brewing) the vine on which this grape is grown
3. (Brewing) the wine made from this grape


(gæˈmeɪ, ˈgæm eɪ)

1. a grape grown esp. in the Beaujolais region of France and in N California.
2. the dry red wine made from this grape.
[1945–50; < French, after Gamay, a village in St.-Aubin commune (Côte-d'Or), France]
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The group, headed by its president Floriano Gamay, outlined the reasons why it makes more sense to hold the festival in December.
Main Tazia Procession was taken out from Alaf Shah Haveli and concluded at Karbla Gamay Shah after passing through traditional routes, including inside Mochi Gate, Rang Mahal, Masjid Wazir Khan, Paniwala Talab, Taranum Chowk and Bhatti Gate.
A number of incidents took place in and around Lahore in past 10 years, including in Garhi Shahu, Old Anarkali, Data Darbar Complex, Youhanabad Town, Bedian Road, Karbala Gamay Shah, Bhati chowk and Anarkali Bazaar.
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The CTO said that special diversion plan had also been prepared to facilitate the people, main procession regarding Youm-e-Ali will be taken out from Mobarak Haveli inside Akbari Gate and conclude at Karbala Gamay Shah after passing through Chowk Nawab Sahib, Chohta Mufti Baqar, Chowk Taranum, Hakeeman Bazar and Bhatti Chowk.
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Later, the DG visited Karbala Gamay Shah, Bhatti Gate, Anarkali, Nisar Haveeli, Mochi Gate and other routes of Muharram's processions in Lahore and directed District Emergency Officer Dr Ahmad Raza to keep vigil on the situation.
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It's made from the red gamay grape which was outlawed by the Duke of Burgundy, Philippe the Bold, in 1395 who described it as a "very bad and disloyal plant" that was occupying land that could be used for pinot noir.
Coming from the gamay grape, they are high on fresh acidity but low on tannin and this excellent example also includes a polished - almost mineral-based - savoury edge.