What is orange wine?

Orange wine is made from white varietals but in the manner of reds. Meaning, there is prolonged exposure of the juice to the grape’s skin, which gives the wine its saturated and intense color, taste and aroma. Such wines are considered to be in the middle range between the fruity-citrus freshness of whites and the dense tannin-filled reds.
Orange wines make a great pair to nearly all cheeses: from delicate and soft to hard aged cheeses, as well as a nice addition to spicy Eastern and Asian cuisine, and even vegetarian dishes.