D.C. restaurants offer natural, orange wine

Restaurants in Washington, D.C., have begun offering wine in an unexpected color: orange. The color is developed naturally by fermenting and aging white wine on the grape skins, a technique used by niche wineries such as Donkey & Goat in California, Gravner and Radikon in northern Italy, and Movia in Slovenia. "These wines were built for food," said Sebastian Zutant, co-owner and wine manager at The Red Hen, of the wines that are more commonly found in restaurants than at retail.

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