Photos are for display purposes only and may have an out-of-date vintage, bottle shape or label.
In Stock Online (*)
*This item is available for ordering online, however, it may not currently be available in the Retail Stores.

Gerard Bertrand Orange Gold 2020

Product description

Gerard Bertrand was born and raised in the South of France. Making wine with his father, Georges, since the age of 10, Gerard Bertrand offers the full range and diversity of wines from the region. Every wine evokes the image and emotions from the South of France; "Art de Vivre," the "art of life." Committed to producing quality wines of great value, Gerard is hands-on in every facet which bears his name and has been fortunate to receive great accolades from the World Wide press, reinforcing his dedication.

He says... "I welcome all to experience the South of France."

Orange Gold pays tribute to the first orange wines of Georgia 4500 years ago. With this unique name, Orange Gold pays homage to the sun's power and the beautiful sunsets of the South of France.

The nose is complex, with an explosion of notes of white flowers, candied fruit and white pepper. On the palate, a very flattering aromatic freshness, with precise flavours and a beautiful balance to which the structure gives body and spirit. Sweet and refined, its texture envelops the palate. The tasting ends with an excellent length in the mouth that prolongs the gustatory journey and lovely, bitter touch that stimulates the taste buds. Endowed with a beautiful freshness, light tannins and subtle acidity, Orange Gold goes well with many dishes. It is a wine of character, the perfect companion for aperitifs with friends and cheese platters to share. This remarkable and luminous wine also goes very well with spicy food, especially Indian dishes or Asian recipes.

To make an orange wine, the grapes macerate with all their solid parts (seeds, skin, stalk). The skin and the stalk components then release pigments and tannins, which give the wine that special orange colour with golden glints. The sweet bitterness that emerges from this whole bunch maceration is characteristic of orange wines.