Amber Revolution: How the World Learned To Love Orange Wine

By Woolf, Simon J.

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9781623719661
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Interlink


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Reviewed on February 1, 2019  |  Cooking

Wine expert and "drinks writer" Woolf revels in the history and mystery of orange wines—white wines made like red wines, with the skins and sometimes the stems macerated for days, weeks, or months. So named because of their various light amber to deep russet hues, and sometimes called skin-contact wines, orange wines have been around for millennia. They are fermented in buried earthen vessels called qvevri in Georgia, perfected by I...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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