While orange wine has been around for thousands of years, it’s only recently made its way into bars, restaurants, soirées.
It’s custom to pair white wine with lighter fare and reds with more substantial dishes, so how to compliment orange wine remains a mystery to most.
The Gourmet Insider speaks to the experts and tells us exactly how to perfectly pair these delicious and versatile wines.
As a former chef, a former restaurateur on the Upper East Side in Manhattan called Trois-Jean and wine connaisseur, orange wine, also known as skin-contact wine, is becoming increasingly popular among wine lovers. This type of wine is made by leaving white grapes in contact with their skins for an extended period, giving the wine its distinctive orange