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6 wines to join the orange fever

Orange wine is an alternative technique to the traditional production of white wine that, in fact, the sister with red wine. Without going any further, it can be said that orange wine is a white wine with a crimson soul. If you haven't tried them yet, here are some great options that you can fall in love with the trend with.

Dos Búhos Winery | Country: MEXICO

Some say that the San Miguel de Allende region has one of the most suitable soils for vine growing in the entire country. This winery is the proof. Taking advantage of the benefits of its privileged terroir, they have produced organic 100% wines. Its orange is created following the ancient method: hiding it underground in stone or clay amphoras where it ages up to three years. A wine to discover and enjoy.

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Vena Cava Amber | Country: MEXICO

In the Valle de Guadalupe there is one of the most authentic and surprising projects, both in its architecture and in the wines it produces. The winery was built with the remains of ships and recycled materials for the visitor to undertake a visual and taste journey. All their wines come from grapes and organic practices; They particularly make this orange wine with a pure and intense Chardonnay, both on the nose and in the mouth.

Movia Lunar | Country: Slovenia

This property has been producing wines in Slovenia since 1820 and today it is one of the most renowned in the region, among other things, for specializing in the production of film maceration wines. It should be noted that Slovenia is one of the countries where there is a wide and interesting selection of orange wines. Lunar is a chardonnay with eight months in contact with its skins and with a surprising texture, silkiness and complexity, which despite its long aging, never loses freshness.

Clos Lapeyre Amaròs | Country France

This orange wine with great aromatic expression, citric notes and powerful structure in its journey through the mouth, comes from certified organic vineyards on the foothills of the Jurançon region, in the French Pyrenees. It stands out for its marked acidity, typical of the gros manseng grape and for the minerality characteristic of the wines from this region of southwestern France.

Rivero de González | Country: MEXICO

This family winery is located in Parras de la Fuente, in the state of Coahuila, and what few know is that this Valley has produced wines for more than 400 years and is home to some of the oldest vineyards in Mexico and all of America. Since 1998, the winery has been producing one-hundred percent artisan and unique wines such as this orange wine that contains an unusual mixture of palomino and Riesling that are vinified separately and the Riesling is macerated in oak barrels to provide structure and complexity to the wine. A wine with minimal intervention that seeks to reveal its most alive and pure state.

Henri Lurton | Country: MEXICO

This Franco-Mexican project, owned by the prestigious Grand Cru Classé Château Brane-Cantenac, is led by the winemaker Lourdes Martínez, who returned to her native Ensenada after working for ten years in Bordeaux. Considered the wonder girl of the Valley, Lourdes decided to make this chardonnay orange grape wine with aromas of orange blossom, peach and a freshness, softness and captivating finish that invites you to drink more than one glass.

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