Sainte Barbe's Mâcon-Burgy "Terres Rouges," is 0% Pinot Noir. That's because Mâcon-Burgy is something as rare as a north-facing slope in Burgundy: a red wine designation that prohibits Pinot Noir and only permits Gamay.
It's made like Beaujolais (whole cluster, semi-carbonic fermentation), and smells and tastes an awful lot like Cru Beaujolais. It has bright fruit (strawberry or raspberry), a hint of spice and licorice, and a juicy finish. It's fresh and easy, easy, easy to enjoy.
Best of all? With some time in the glass, it gets a little darker and starts showing ample minerality.