It's WinE Down Wednesday...


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How 'bout a glass of Orange Wine.

Oh! Yes..
It's the term for white wine made without removing the skins of the grapes
while fermenting.
Some people prefer "skin-conntact wine" as identifying these wines - a good description
that's why this type of wine has a distinctive cloudy yellow-orange color in the glass.

During the winemakin,g process known as vinification, the grapes are crushed so that the juice comes in contact with the skins, seeds, and sometimes stems.
If the juice is then soaked together with the skins in what is known as maceration,
the liquid becomes tinged with the color of the skins.

This is to me.

Anyone..ever had?

P.S. Hangover=wrath of grapes!😂