National Orange Wine Day
National Orange Wine Day is a holiday observed annually on October 6th. The purpose of this holiday is to celebrate orange wine — a wine that surprisingly doesn’t have any oranges in it at all. This type of wine is actually a type of white wine that’s made with grape skins and seeds left in contact with the juice.
The result is a wine that has a deep orange hue to it and has a taste that’s completely different from other types of white wine. It’s also a wine that most people don’t know about even though it was first made over 6,000 years ago.
The History Of National Orange Wine Day
National Orange Wine Day was created in 2018 by The Real House Wine—a blog dedicated to different types of wine. They celebrated it at Ruffian in New York City—an establishment that had one of the largest selections of orange wines. It’s since been enjoyed all across the U.S. by people who are fans of this type of wine.
Interesting Facts About Orange Wine
We’ve rounded up some interesting facts about orange wine that we’d like to share with anyone interested in learning it. Let’s take a quick look, shall we?
- Orange wine originated in the Caucasus region in what is now the modern-day country of Georgia.
- Orange wine was invented at least 6,000 years ago.
- Orange wine is best served around 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Orange wines have the flavors of stone fruit and tea flavors.
Observing National Orange Wine Day
The best way to enjoy this holiday is to enjoy one of the many orange wines that are available nowadays. They can be found at many bars and restaurants across the U.S. but can also be ordered over the Internet.
Of course, this holiday can also be observed by people making their own orange wine — if they have the skill and the equipment to do it. Regardless of how this holiday is observed, just be sure to use the hashtag #OrangeWineDay to spread the word about this holiday.