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Sparkling amber, soft tangerine, and shimmering straw—orange wine is so much more than its name implies. In this method of winemaking, white grapes are left to macerate with their skins, giving the wine unique colors to match its enchanting texture. These attributes may have led to the recent surge in appreciation for orange wine, but the method is by no means new: it’s been used in present-day Georgia for over 5,000 years.