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Forget rosé: With wine, orange is the new pink

Rosé is pretty, pink and perfect for sipping outside when the weather is nice, but we’re ready to change up the hue of our summer beverages. Enter: Orange wine. Made from white wine grapes with the skins left on, orange wine is to white wine what rosé is to red, and no, there are no oranges in the actual wine SEE ALSO: Artist snaps hilarious portraits of people after 1, 2 and 3 glasses of wine “Orange wine is a very traditional way of making wine,” explains Miranda Elliot, sales associate and educator at Chicago’s Connoisseur Wines.
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