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If you're unfamiliar with these wines, let's start here: Raise your hand if you've heard of this new term "orange wine?" Me, me, me. Yes, we have tons of them. What is it? In simple terms, wine that is orange or white wine with extended skin contact. Read here if you'd like to learn more. I was into this thing before it became a thing, but at Some Good Wine, we're trying not to make it a thing. Get it? No, okay. Well, Radikon is one of the leaders of orange wine making; iconic in a sense and one of the inspirational leaders for those around the world trying to make it in this space. The trick though, is not to think of it as orange wine and more of just Radikon's wine.
The red and white wines of the Northern Rhone never cease to amaze me. Majestic, tantalizing and transcendental are a few adjectives that come to mind but what really gets me excited is the QPR (quality price ratio.) For wines that are seemingly popular and in an area with expensive real estate, in my humble opinion there is no greater value in the world. Even the most basic northern Rhone wines can age and age with the better ones lasting decades. When a customer wants a case of wine for $50/bottle to last several decades for their children, Northern Rhone Syrah is the first to come to mind.