Orange wine is the fourth type of wine produced in the world (excluding white, red and rosé). Historically it is clearly the oldest type of wine, but in the process of changing human preferences it has turned into a mere white. The production technology is identical to that of red wine, but it is made from white grape varieties. Long contact with the pulp results in an orange colour of varying intensities and a change in taste - it is more intense and saturated compared to white wine. Orange wine can be called a hit in the last 5 years, with more and more farms in different regions starting to produce it.