Move Over Red, White, Rose: Orange-Colored Wine Is Next

October 24, 2017 03:42 PM

Two uncharacteristic colors in the world of wine are creating a buzz in an industry that’s been dominated by rosé, red and white.

An alcoholic beverage made in Spain has a blue hue that looks and tastes like wine, but can’t be called wine according to regulators in Spain and the European Union.

A vintner in New York state is making a wine with an orange color, but it isn’t made from a citrus.

Michael Hill from the Associate Press reports on the orange wine on AgDay above.

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