National Orange Wine Day

National Orange Wine Day was first established in 2018 to be celebrated annually on October the 6th. It was first enacted by wine media producer Amanda Claire Goodwin, also known as The Real Housewine. National Orange Wine Day seeks out to bring greater awareness to this beautiful, yet lesser-known style of wine in a way that is non-judgemental, unintimidating, and inclusive.

About Amanda: In 2017 Amanda began blogging about wine, lifestyle, and cocktails. Starting in 2018, her brand The Real Housewine emerged; producing not only content for social media but also publishing educational articles, wine reviews, producing video content, food recipes & pairing tips. Another area of interest is interviewing the wine industry. Amanda conducts and hosts interviews with the industry’s most interesting people.

She also offers consumer-driven services like personal wine shopping, virtual/in-person tastings, and
consulting. Amanda is a WSET III candidate and WSET II certified. She has been featured in publications like the Huffington Post, VinePair, and The Medium for her work. Additionally, she is a Feedspot Top 100 Wine Blogger. Female empowerment has always been important to Amanda and is a proud member of the professional organization Women of the Vine and Spirits. She makes a conscious effort to showcase female made, led, and owned Businesses.

In addition to her budding brand, in 2018 Amanda founded the first-ever National Orange Wine Day to be celebrated annually on October 6 th . Since then, plans for expansion include a (Virtual, due to COVID) Week of Orange Wine to commence October 5 th -10 th . This week will highlight educational events on skin contact/natural wines for both the industry and consumers. Virtual Orange Wine Week is offering a curated selection of virtual courses that appeal to not only the general consumer but also a day dedicated to Trade professionals (October 7th). 

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