Orange wine has been made for thousands of years but it’s a relatively new category for wine drinkers today. The terminology may differ– “orange,” “skin-contact,” “macerated,” - but the process for producing this floral and fascinating wine is the same. Orange wines can be made from many grapes. The process to make it involves leaving the skins of the white grapes in contact with the juice for a longer period of time during the maceration period of winemaking. When the juice is left in contact with the skins and seeds, it absorbs their color, and becomes darker…. Orange. In this collection you’ll find orange wines from a variety of grapes and places.