What is orange wine?

Orange wine is a type of white wine and made by leaving the grape skins and seeds in contact with the juice, which creates a deep hued orange coloured final product.

Is orange wine a natural product?

Yes, orange winemaking is a very natural process that uses very little to no additives – sometimes not even yeast.

What does orange wine taste like?

Orange wine tastes very different from regular white wines and it has an aromatic, almost floral, sour taste with a top nuttiness – due to oxidation. Orange wines are strong, robust and have a honey, bruised apple, sour dough, juniper and dried orange rind notes.

When & where did orange wine originate?

Orange wine originated in Georgia (not USA) but Slovenia, Italian border, about 5000 years ago.

Further Reading:

The rise of orange wine
The rise of orange wine, the white made like a red
Orange & Amber Wines