BROOKLYN, NY -- Someone once said Americans will drink or eat anything if it's colored orange. At least two New York wineries are hoping that's true.
Both the Brooklyn Winery and Brooklyn Oenology have produced unusual wines from oranges.
A 2010 Brooklyn Winery Finger Lakes Orange Chardonnay is being offered for $22 for a 375ml "half bottle," or $15 by the glass at its 213 North Eighth Street location (between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street).
A 2010 Brooklyn Oenology Orange Pinot Gris is being offered at $25 for a 750ml bottle, or $11 by the glass at its 209 Wythe Avenue (at North Third Street) location.
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