Its cloudy burnt orange color is evidence of eight months of skin maceration — yet it still has freshness. Go ahead, swirl, put your nose in the glass and delight in the aromas of dried herbs and apricots. On the palate, it’s rich, herbal, with savory tannins and a pleasant salinity.
As with many of our wines, this one will throw some sediment. So decant, if necessary. This orange wine will likely age well, and only 57 cases were made, so if you like it, get some while you can.