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Debunking some myths that we've heard at the Temple recently. No, rosé is not a mix of red and white grapes. No, orange wine is not a trendy new brunch beverage—it is one of the oldest known styles of wine. 

Rosés are made with red wine grapes whose skin is removed early in the process, leaving just a hint of colour. Oranges are made in the opposite style. They come from white wine grapes that are left to macerate with their skins on, instead of separating the pressed juices from the skins to preserve clarity and avoid tannins. The result is a wine with a unique amber hue, grippy texture, and aromas that range from musky to mushroom to citrus and dried fruits. Try something different today!

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