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The first orange wines were produced 4 500 years ago in Georgia, where traditionally, the grapes were not pressed before initiating fermentation.

The Georgians practiced the maceration of white wines there, which they left to age in buried amphorae. These large clay vessels, called kvevris, are indeed particularly suitable for maturing these wines. The whole region, including Armenia and Azerbaijan, continued to produce wine in this almost manner.

How is it made ?

A white wine vinified like red wine

To produce an orange wine, the grapes are macerated with all their solid parts (seeds, skin, and stalk). The components of the skin and the stalk then release pigments and tannins, which give the wine this particular color of orange with gold sparkles. The sweet bitterness which stands out in this maceration using whole clusters is typical of orange wines.

The Orange Color

Meaning: optimism, open minded, good vibrations.

It therefore symbolizes creativity, communication, joy, energy, health and safety. Associated with liveliness and the sun, this color evokes human warmth and cohesion.

It is also the color of Epicureanism, the one who awakens the sensations of the body.

Orange in Spirituality:

In Asia orange is a sacred color associated with the second chakra and found on the clothing of Buddhist monks. As for Indian culture, there orange is synonymous with advanced spirituality.

The second chakra in spirituality represents a mastery of the senses, a strong emotional capacity, rhythm and movement. It is also the color of the purifying fire which cleanses, therefore the color of liberation.


How to pair it with food ?

The complexity of the orange wine thanks to its acidity, boldness and light tannins makes it a very interesting wine for food pairing.

Orange wines works well with:

  • Hard and semi hard cheeses but also with salty cheeses as feta
  • Spicy food as curry, moroccan cuisine, tagines
  • Braised meat as Lamb, Pork
  • Grilled Fish: Grilled Octopus
  • Roasted Vegetables: Braised eggplant, roasted cauliflower, caramelised endives
  • Korean/Chinese food like kimchi, pickels, bibimbap
  • Japanese cuisine (Umami)
  • Walnuts, Tahini


Golden Sax

10 cl Orange gold

4 cl Bergamot liqueur

1 cl Cardamom syrup

5cl Tonic

Taste Profile

A wine of light, symbolized by its emblem: the sun and the alchemical sign of gold. This wine of a remarkable orange color is adorned with a bottle with rays of sunshine that magnifies its glints of gold.

Winemaking: Orange Gold is produced with an ancestral winemaking method. The white grapes are vinified and fermented in whole clusters, as with red wines. This maceration with stalks and skins brings a remarkable orange color with golden reflections and singular tannins.

Grapes: Chardonnay, Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Marsanne, Mauzac, Muscat

Tasting notes:

The nose is complex, with an explosion of white-flower notes, candied fruits, and white pepper. In the mouth, a flattering aromatic freshness, with precise flavors and a pleasing balance thanks to the structure that give body and spirit. Smooth and fine, its texture embraces the palate.

The tasting ends with a long finish that extends the gourmet experience, with a delicate, bitter tip that stimulates the taste buds.

To pair with :

Endowed with a beautiful freshness, light tannins and a subtle acidity, Orange Gold can pair with any dish. It is a wine of character, a perfect companion for aperitifs and cheese platters shared between friends. This remarkable and luminous wine also pairs very well with spicy cuisine, especially Indian dishes or Asian recipes.