What on earth are you talking about “skins”?  Well, this is our wimped out way of making an Orange wine.  An orange wine is a white wine fermented on its skins (hence the name) just like you would make a red wine.  Traditionally it is done in a very oxidative manor and often in clay anfora buried underground through the winter.  We though about that and then realized our winemaker Jordan has a bad memory and thought he would forget where he buried the wine.  We then didn’t want to tell the owner that we lost all their money underground.  Well, all that and we love this somewhat fresher style as well keeping the wine fresher while still structured.  A wine like no other.