This style of wine is becoming increasingly popular. It is not made with oranges. It doesn’t taste like oranges either. The reason it is known as orange wine is the colour. To make an orange wine the wine maker leaves the grape skins and seeds from white skinned grape varieties in with the juice for as long as they choose, depending on the style of wine. This process often involves no additives, its often used in a natural wine making process – although not always. These wines do taste quite different from regular wines, they are often dry and sour, with an intense depth of flavour and tannins imparted from the skins and pips. These style of wines often suit Belgian beer drinkers, there is a definite cross-over in flavour profile.