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Food & Drink ‘Skin-Contact’ Is the Next Wine Term You Need to Know (and It'll Totally Impress Your Somm)

21:35  12 july  2018
21:35  12 july  2018 Source:   purewow.com

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You ’re over rosé and you ’re not feeling a red tonight, but you want something interesting—what’s a wine drinker to do? Don’t fret: Thanks to wine expert Marissa Ross

Basically, skin - contact wines are white wines made like red wines : White wine grapes are fermented with the skins on (for anywhere from days to months), giving them a deep color and uncharacteristic flavor. It also means they’ ll have similar tasting characteristics to red wines : think more tannic

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You're over rosé and you're not feeling a red tonight, but you want something interesting—what's a wine drinker to do? Don't fret: Thanks to wine expert Marissa Ross, we're all about skin-contact bottles.

Here's why it's the next wine term you should seek out:

Basically, skin-contact wines are white wines made like red wines: White wine grapes are fermented with the skins on (for anywhere from days to months), and that's what gives them their deep color and funky flavor. It also means they'll have similar tasting characteristics to red wines: think more tannic, yet still acidic with minerality. And before you say, “um, isn't that just orange wine?” hear us out: Skin-contact wines might be orange...but they also might be pale gold, yellow or almost red in color. (Trust us: Don't order wine based solely on color. Just don't!)

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Might we suggest a crisp, approachable skin-contact Friulano, for beginners? Or if you can handle the funk, look for a bottle from Georgian Kisi grapes.

Plus, what's more fun than schooling that *fancy* sommelier when you ask for the skin-contact bottle? (Other than drinking it, of course.)

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