An orange wine is (all the more so if it comes from organic or biodynamic agriculture) a wine of character, tannic, with very present aromas.
Although each orange wine has its own characteristics, orange wines are distinguished by their subtle and complex structures while being balanced with a nice presence of tannins.
The colour is luminous and is on a palette ranging from pale yellow to amber.
One of the main characteristics of an orange wine is its freshness and light acidity.
Orange wine is a very dry wine, which allows it not to devote too much space to sugar and alcohol.
Being categorized as a tannic wine, an orange wine can accompany an entire meal, from aperitif to dessert.
Its specific taste will surprise (in a good way) the lovers of more "classic" wines.
Compared to white wine (discover the Gérard Bertrand white wine collection), which is the colour of wine that most resembles it, orange wine has more powerful aromas, while being more digestible.
Possessing a beautiful natural acidity, orange wines are nevertheless less acidic than white wines.
Finally, the orange wines have, thanks to their high tannins, a good ageing potential.
Find out more about the different types of wine:
Organic rosé wine
Demeter biodynamic wine
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