Nomadica, Orange Wine Blend
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Orange Wine (Skin Contact)

Nomadica, Orange Wine Blend - NV

Item # 49254

A fresh and medium-bodied skin contact wine made from a blend of 50% Chardonnay, 27% Albarino, 23% Gruner Veltliner. Fermented on its skins for 10 days, this has medium tannic structure, and dried apricot and tropical fruit aromas. Pair with shrimp and mango chutney.

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$167.04 $150.34/ Case of 24
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Orange Wine (Skin Contact)


Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

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The world is rapidly changing. While canned wine was once the bane of a wine professional's palate, it has now become an excuse to make some of the most fun and accessible wines possible! If you have never tried some of these Nomadica cans, they are all a selection of wines by Sommelier Kirstin Olsezewski with a focus on the environmental impact of the wine industry, while of course still having quality in mind. This is an easy drinking, yet mildly structured orange with tons of apricot and fleshy peach. It begs to be consumed on a first date at Central Park with a Turkey Hero.

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California makes more wine than any other state in the United States. Not only does the state grow a variety of noble grape varieties like Pinot Noir, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, there are also plantings of lesser-known varieties such as Nebbiolo, Roussanne and Mourvèdre to name just a few.

Grüner Veltliner

Referred to by many Americans as "Gru-Ve," this white variety is nearly synonymous with Austrian wine. It's becoming wildly popular at the moment, especially compared to its obscure origins: it's known as the ultimate food wine for its great minerality and appealing freshness. The wines are consistent and eminently drinkable at the low end, and, on the premium side of things, full-bodied, long-lived, world-class whites.


From Champagne to Chablis, it's hard (not to mention unpleasant) to avoid this famous white variety. During a huge popularity surge beginning in the late 1980s, Chardonnay plantings have increased dramatically -- not only in California's wine country, with which the variety is nearly synonymous, but also in Burgundy (its original, Old World home) and just about everywhere else in the winemaking world. It is a flexible, eager-to-please grape, responding well to just about anything a winemaker...

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The primary grape of the Rías Baixas (Lower Inlets) section of the Galicia region of northwestern Spain, Albariño is considered by many to be Spain's premier white wine. It also plays an important role in northern Portugal (where it is known as Alvarinho) as a component of Vinho Verde. The thick-skinned grapes thrive in the cool, windy climates of Galicia and northern Portgual, yielding intensely aromatic wines with typical aromas of almonds, white flowers, and stone fruits; the best examples...

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