April 8th, 2016
Skin-fermented white wines, also sometimes called orange wines (for their color, not the fruit), are white wines left to macerate with their skins. This technique makes for complex wines, with the grippy sensation of tannin not typically found in white wine. Skin fermentation has been used for thousands of years, with ancient roots in European regions like Georgia, Slovenia and Friuli, Italy.
WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.