Attems Pinot Grigio Ramato is the perfect foray into a category usually only us nerds will venture, Orange wine. Here, ripe apricot dominates the nose while a gentle brush of apple skin tannin envelops the palate. Ramato, meaning auburn, refers to an old colloquial nickname for Pinot Grigio in the area, also the copper hue of the wine. This is due to the grape skins remaining in contact with fermentation for 24 hours (similar to rosé and red wine). If you already love rosé and you're interested in trying something new, start here!