What? Orange wine? What does that even mean? Wine mixed with oranges? Mimosa wine? Does it taste good?
Orange wine is made by white wine grapes that have been fermented with their skins giving the juice a delicious orange hue colour. This is a natural process that uses little to no additives, sometimes not even yeast. Because of all this, they taste very different from regular white wines and have a sour taste and nuttiness from oxidation.
The theme for this course is no other than Janko Stekar who produces classic uncompromising orange wines like his father and grandfather in brda Slovenia 30 mins away from the border with Friuli Italy. Marius from Nebbiolo wines will lead this course and elaborate all of his knowledge on orange wine, Stekar and Slovenia.
This is a sit down winetasting where you will get to taste 5 different orange wines. From 1600 to 1700. The restaurant is open to grab a bite after.
Newbies are welcome! This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about natural wine and the complexity of flavours.
Tickets are limited to only 20! Grab them here->