No. Not wine made from oranges. Orange wine is a term for white wines that have extended skin contact, meaning they extract the colour and tannins from the skin, similar to red wines. These wines are the ‘opposite’ to a rose – white wine grapes with red wine winemaking. Like a red, they can be big, bold and textural, pushing the boundaries of what many think a white wine is capable of achieving. However, this style of winemaking pre-dates all modern forms of white wine, its staying power is proof that it is worthy of your time. At Sometimes Always, we focus more on a holistic approach to the value of a wine. Does it taste good? Is the producer a legend? Does it have a good story? Do you want to drink it again? Was it worth your time and money? We like to think we have navigated the politics of the industry and smoke and mirrors of trends, fads and hype to bring you a range of wines that we think taste good, from a legendary producer that has a good story that you’ll want to drink again and are worth your time and money.