An orange wine is (especially if it comes from organic or biodynamic ) 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 beautiful presence of tannins.
The color is luminous and ranges from pale yellow to amber.
One of the main characteristics of an orange wine is its freshness and slight 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 may surprise (in a good way) lovers of more “classic” wines.
Compared to white wine (discover the collection of white wines Gérard Bertrand), which is the color of wine that most resembles it, the wine orange has more powerful aromas, while being more digestible
With a nice natural acidity, orange wines are nevertheless less acidic than white wines.
Finally, orange wines have good aging potential thanks to their high tannins.
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