We love this fascinating and venerable style of winemaking. Essentially white wines made as if they were reds – the grape skins are left in contact with the juice as it ferments, and sometimes as it matures as well, orange wine can be utterly thrilling and unique when well executed.
Here’s a selection of articles and tasting notes on some favourite orange wines. Check out Simon’s major Decanter feature for a general primer and some of the backstory, or his critically acclaimed book Amber Revolution for the full story![catlist id=244 numberposts=10 excerpt=yes thumbnail=yes thumbnail_class=lcp_thumbnail template=div morelink=”See more . . .” title_class=”lcp_title” excerpt_class=”lcp_excerpt”]