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Orange is the new pink...
Forget rosé - an 'orange' wine made using an ancient technique favoured by the Romans is set to this summer's hottest tipple.
The peculiar plonk - which is made from leaving grape skins in juice for a few days or weeks rather than removing it immediately - is fast becoming a favourite among wine buffs and foodies after hitting shelves in the UK.
Said to have a richer, more complex flavour than regular white, orange wine uses ancient methods whereby wines were fermented naturally in clay pots with their skins on at unregulated temperatures.