Made from white grapes fermented on the mash

White, red, rosé wines … and now orange too? Yes, that’s right.

It’s been on wine connoisseurs’ lips for some time already, and now it’s the next big thing among the rest of the wine lovers: orange wine.

«Orange wine is a white wine that is produced like a red wine and fermented on the mash.»

After white, red and rosé, orange has become the fourth wine colour, but orange wine isn’t that well known yet in these parts. We’re sure that’s going to change soon. After all, this white-grape wine has a lot to offer: rich in aromas, complex, creamy and – quite unusually for white wines – with great ageing potential. Another striking feature is the noticeable tannins from the grape skins.

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