Even if the label tells us that a wine is a reserve, organic, or from a particularly renowned vineyard, this still doesn’t guarantee that it will be better than another wine, all things considered. Indeed, there are additional aspects that determine which wines will be better, or more suitable for specific occasions.
There are also wineries that have a focus on bringing new products to the market. Over the past few years, for example, several brands have begun to produce wines using traditional methods that are mainly no longer in use, giving their products a special, different and differentiating touch. This is how the wine known as Brisat, or Orange wine, has carved out a niche in the market.
Brisats are white wines with a rustic character, where the grape skin plays an important role in the production process, and this gives the wine an orangey colour, hence the name “Orange wine”. They have found some popularity among younger generations of wine drinkers, not only because of their quality, but also because of the production method and the notion of the revival of wine-making history.
Essentially, there is a basic requirement for considering a wine to be good: that we like it. However, if in doubt, take the recommendations of a specialized bodega such as Cal Guillo, on the ground floor at illa Carlemany, the centre of Andorra. A temple of wines, cavas, champagnes and gourmet products, here you can get recommendations on well-known brands and newer products, including those made in Andorra, authentic wines of the highest quality!