Discover How Ice Wine is Made

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WineTypesSite.com: What is Ice Wine? Are you fond of drinking it? Find out how you can make your very own Ice Wine.

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DISCOVER HOW Ice Wine MADE www.WineTypesSite.com

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www.WineTypesSite.com Ice wine is a dessert wine – a sweet wine made from grapes frozen on their vine in their natural environment.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Ice wines grapes require precise cooperation from the weather immediately following the harvesting season for other wine grapes.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Ice Wine are those grapes left on their vine after the harvest and allowed to continue to ripen . Its water freezes but the sugars don’t freeze, allowing a more concentrated grape, very sweet wine.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Ice wines need a thorough freeze for Canada by lawat least −8°C (or 17 °F ) for Germany at least −7 °C (or 19 °F ) the grapes remain on their vine several months after the normal harvesting season.

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www.WineTypesSite.com If a freezing is too harsh, juice cannot be extracted from the grape. Ice Wine often found in a half-bottle (375-ml) and a smaller 200-ml bottle.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Germany and Canada are the world’s largest producers of Ice Wines, with Canada being the largest producer. Around 75 percent of Ice Wine made in Canada is from Ontario. Ice Wine Production Regions

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www.WineTypesSite.com In much smaller quantities it is also made in the United States, Sweden, Slovenia, New Zealand, Luxembourg, Italy, Israel, Hungary, Chine, France, Czech Republic, Croatia, Austria and Australia.

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www.WineTypesSite.com The VQA ( Vintners Quality Alliance ) regulates Canada’s Ice wines , and grape sugar level must measures 35 % or more or they cannot be used on a wine labeled “ Ice wine ”, a considerably higher sugar level than that allowed in Germany’s Eiswein .

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www.WineTypesSite.com Ice wine is always served fully chilled, but not freezing – just place the Ice Wine in the refrigerator for a few hours before you plan on serving it. How to Serve an Ice Wine?

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www.WineTypesSite.com Due to the sweetness of the wine, it goes well with creamier, sweet desserts, like a mousse .

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www.WineTypesSite.com It’s also best served with dessert that follows either a lighter meal or if there is a lengthy break between dessert and dinner.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Few suggestions of wine and food pairings, you might find the following ideas helpful. Ice Wines made from the Vidal grape are known for their honey-like flavors and aromas of peach, tangerine, pineapple and apricot. Vidal Ice Wine Pairings

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www.WineTypesSite.com A Vidal Ice Wine pairs beautifully with summer berries in cream, raspberry mousse, chocolate biscuits, or an Anjou pear tart.

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www.WineTypesSite.com Few suggestions of wine and food pairings, you might find the following ideas helpful. Ice Wines made from the Riesling grape are known for their mineral notes as well as for bright orange and citrus flavors and acidity. Riesling Ice Wine Pairings

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www.WineTypesSite.com A Riesling Ice Wine pairs nicely with a wide range of decadent, creamy textures and tastes, from a crème brulée to a foie gras .

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www.WineTypesSite.com Few suggestions of wine and food pairings, you might find the following ideas helpful. Ice Wines made from the Cabernet Franc grape are known for their classic aromatics reminiscent of freshly baked rhubarb and strawberry pie balanced with notes of spice . Cabernet Franc Ice Wine Pairings

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www.WineTypesSite.com A Cabernet Franc Ice Wine pairs up nicely with baked desserts featuring fresh strawberries or served with a dollop of crème fraîche . Its spicy quality also makes it a great candidate for pairings with desserts featuring dark chocolate or hazelnuts.

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www.WineTypesSite.com If you’d like to try some Ice Wines check out the following: 2007 Inniskillin Niagara Peninsula Vidal Ice Wine 375 mL (Half Bottle) – WE (Wine Enthusiasts) Rating: 90 Inniskillin Oak-aged Vidal Icewine ( 375ML half-bottle) 2006 – WE 92 2007 Inniskillin Riesling Icewine Niagara Peninsula 375 mL (Half Bottle) 2007 Inniskillin Cabernet Franc Icewine 750 ml (Full Bottle) Ice Wine Purchasing Suggestions

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Ice Wines can be considered a delicacy, difficult to make and a treasure to taste knowing what great measures it takes to produce it. Enjoy and savor your Ice Wine! www.WineTypesSite.com For more information about types of wines. Just VISIT Our Website NOW!

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