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Chardonnay White Grenache Viognier Marsanne Mauzac Muscat

Genora pays homage to the first orange wines, researched and created 4,500 years ago in Georgia. Through this sensational cuvée, Gérard Bertrand displays a radiant wine. Its orange color gives the cuvée solar reflections during the day, comparable to golden tiles. Genora is an original organic wine dating back to the origins of the first wines that carries its innovative character in its color.

Winemaking & Breeding

Genora comes from an ancient and traditional winemaking technique. First, the white grapes are vinified and then fermented in whole bunches, like red wines. This particular fermentation, and joint of the stalks and the skins, brings its singular color, remarkable with the golden reflections and a very singular tannicity. Genora is made up of exceptional grape varieties, essentially Mediterranean: Chardonnay, Grenache Blanc and Viognier bring volume; Marsanne, Mauzac and Muscat complete the aromatic complexity of the wine. The choice of grape varieties and the control of the vinification make it an orange wine of remarkable finesse and subtlety.

Tasting Notes

The nose is complex, with an explosion of aromas of white flowers, candied fruits and white pepper. On the palate, there is a freshness, some of the very gourmet aromas, with the right notes. Soft and tasty, its texture absorbs the palate. Finally, Genora offers a good length that continues the taste journey and a fine bitter edge that awakens the taste buds.

Food & Wine Pairing

Génora will go perfectly with aperitifs, cheese boards, but also with Indian and Asian cuisine. The wine should be tasted at 12°C to appreciate all its freshness and minerality. Its complexity and the richness of its palate will be appreciated at 14°C.

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