Orange wine is a weird thing. This winemaking method is an old one that has become popular again. Think about making tea—the longer you leave it in the water, the darker the color becomes. The same is true for grapes, and while this practice is usual for making red wine, white grapes don't normally "steep" for very long. But when white grapes do have longer contact with their skins after being pressed, the wines are a darker, orange color, and the flavors are floral, funky, and just... different.