Creta Paglia is named for homes made of red brick and straw, an architecture common in the winery’s hometown of San Marco Argentano, in Calabria. Calabria, like Sicily has been a cradle for some of the Mediterranean’s oldest grape varietals, including include Guarnaccia, Guardavalle, and Mantonica, the basis of this orange wine from winemaker Antonello Canonico. The Guardavalle is all about savory, earthy herbs, while the Guarnaccia gives minerality and the Mantonica, freshness. Grapes are hand harvested and vinified separately, then blended and aged in Slavonian oak. The final result is a wine with rich herb notes, grounded by hints of mushroom and nut butter. Try it with seafood, light pastas, and vegetarian fare.