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Rating: 4.56 out of 5.0
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This Orange Wine hits you on the nose. It has a gorgeous perfume that just makes you want to sip and savor the moment.

Origin: Itata Valley, Chile

Ingredients: 100% Organic Grapes, 90%  Moscatel de Alejandria (80-year-old vine), 10% Semillion, Vegan-Friendly

Winemaking: Wild fermentation, dry-farmed, left on the skins for 28 days

The Itata Valley is one of Chile's oldest wine-growing regions and is home to some of the oldest vines in the country. The valley boasts beautiful, gentle rolling hills and is home to one of the oldest coastal ranges in Chile. The region has a cool Mediterranean-type climate influenced by the Pacific Ocean. Due to the cool temperatures, the vines are trained to grow "en cabeza," which resembles a head with little spikes. This type of training keeps the vines closer to the ground and the grapes warm from the cool Pacific breeze.

While Orange Wine may be trending, it's an old method for making white wine. In Itata Valley, "Orange Wine" is considered white wine. This is because pressing grapes is an expensive, relatively new technology. Because of the cost, white wine technology never made it to the Itata Valley, and the region's winemakers relied on more traditional ways of making wine. 

What is Orange Wine/Amber Wine/Skin-Contact Wine 

Orange wine, also known as amber wine, is a type of wine made from white grapes that are left in contact with their skins for an extended period of time, resulting in a wine that has a deep orange or amber color with a weightier mouthfeel. 

Orange wine has been made in various regions throughout the world for centuries, and each region has its own cultural and linguistic traditions. As a result, orange wine has been called different names in different languages, such as "ramato" in Italian, "qvevri" in Georgian, and "maceration" in French or just "vino blanco" in Chile.

The term "orange wine" itself is relatively new and only gained popularity in the 21st century, due to the rise of natural and organic winemaking practices. 

Dry: 2/5

(1 = Dry, 5 = Sweet)

Body: 2/5

(1 = Light Body, 5 = Heavy Body)

Calories: 109 *based on a 5oz glass

Vol: 1.5L (equivalent of 2 bottles or 10 glasses)

Packaging: Airtight spout keeps wine fresh for 30 days after your first glass and reduces wine's carbon footprint by 80%

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Carol Sanders
Great tasting

I never had amber wine but after one Glass
I was hooked. It made me have a nice buzz
and after the 2nd one I felt great. Loved the amber.

Hannah M.
Daily go-to

This orange is a great balance of flavor without the funk but not without texture. It’s a crowd pleaser with all my friends.

Pamela Benbenek
Orange you glad?

So glad I tried this unique wine. It’s a perfect combination of fruity but not sweet. It’s a lovely poolside wine and sometimes I turn it into a light spritzer with ginger beer!

Not an Orange and Not a White-a Delicious Inbetween

I have had a few orange wines recently and really liked them. Some that actually have a hint of orange. I am not a fan of white wine. But this one is my new fav and perfect for summer. Rosé gets a little tired after awhile and chilled reds are so tricky. This is a red lovers best friend for the summer. It is dry but not too dry. It has a hint of that classic white wine taste that makes a sharp turn to a wine that tastes like nothing I have had before. And just delicious. I wouldn’t say it’s a quick sipper. It’s a sip and think about it wine.

Nicole Higman

I found this delightful and a great switch up from rose and white—nice level of dryness and not too sweet, very refreshing.

Our wine philosophy

Work with people who care

We respect the land and hands behind the wine and work with those who share our ethos.

Organic farming

Today, only 3% of wine sold in the US is organic. We believe this should be the standard. All our vineyards practice organic farming free of pesticides and herbicides.

Use of Indigeneous Yeast

Our wines are fermented with yeast native to the vineyards which results in a longer fermentation time. Fermentation is when yeast converts sugar in the grape into alcohol. Using indigenous yeast produces more complex and layered tasting notes.

What we don't do

🚫 No pesticides or herbicides

🚫 No mega purple dye

🚫 No sawdust

🚫 No added sugar