Business Insider: Forget rosé — you're about to see orange wine everywhere

While rosé has been the drink du jour these last few summers, there's a new kid on the block: orange wine. While you may have never heard of the drink, you're about to see it on wine menus across the country. What is orange wine? Orange wines are made from white wine grapes, whose skin is left on. The skin is what causes the wine to take on a deeper, orange-y color. Is there citrus involved? Nope, no oranges in orange wine. Essentially, orange wine is a kind of white wine, but produced like a red wine, which are also fermented with skin-on grapes. Rosé, on the other hand, is made with red wine grapes whose skin is removed. What does it taste like? Apparently, leaving the skin on gives the wi