Starting October 5, take advantage of the orange wine new arrivals available for online presale. Fans will be delighted to find new bottles to try, while newcomers will have plenty to choose from and dive into this increasingly popular world. After red, white and rosé, it's time to go orange.
Orange, star fruit, unripe mango and pepper make up the mouth and aromatic profile of this Ontarian orange wine. Naturally fermented in whole bunches (juice, skin, stem), then bottled cloudy and unfiltered, it offers a tonic acidity and surprising length. A great choice to travel off the beaten path.
The Tetramythos estate is located in the north of the Peloponnese, a region rich in wine history where the first “pithos” (amphorae) were made. Benefiting from the freshness of the winds of the Gulf of Corinth and its high-perched vineyards, the property is gaining both notoriety and qualitative recognition throughout the world. This Roditis cuvée comes from frank old vines of around fifty years old. The transformation is done slowly and as naturally as possible, while the maceration will last about five months. Very expressive and slightly tannic, it will make a fiery duo with pork or chicken dumplings.