On the Nose

  • Herbal
  • Bright
  • Fruity

On the Palate

  • Vibrant
  • Spicy
  • Orange Peel

How to Use It

  • In a cocktail
  • Aperitif
  • On its own


Vin d'orange sur les rochers

L'une des meilleures façons de profiter des saveurs et des parfums uniques du vin d'orange Baldoria est de le boire avec des glaçons. Placez un gros glaçon dans un verre tumbler et versez 80 ml de Baldoria Orange Wine dessus. Sirotez et savourez !

Inspiration behind the product

Orange wine has been a staple of Georgian tradition for centuries - since 6000 BC, to be exact. It’s made by fermenting ripe white grapes, stems, skins, pips and all, in a large clay amphora buried in the earth. The grapes ferment for up to five or six months underground, and the fermented juice is then separated out and bottled. The wine issued is acidic and amber-hued, with a bold flavour, a rich colour, and a sweet sourness to it.

What makes it unique

Baldoria takes this orange wine, produced by natural wine producers Artana Wines, and uses it as a base for a botanical vermouth. The botanicals are carefully selected: three different wormwoods - Artemisia absinthium, Artemisia valesiaca, and Artemisia pontica - along with bitter genepy, a floral touch of lavender, some summer savoury, a bright burst of orange peel, and a handful of cinnamon to balance out the intense flavours.