ice wine

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ice wine

n.
A sweet wine made from grapes that have been left to freeze on the vines. They are pressed while still frozen so that the grape sugar and acid remain intensely concentrated.

[Translation of German Eiswein : Eis, ice + Wein, wine.]
Translations
Eiswein
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Priced at $29, the Mayfair Martini is composed of JensenOs Bermondsey Gin with Cabernet Franc Ice-wine and given a dry/herbal edge with a single sage leaf, served shaken (not stirred).
With a population of approximately 15,000, this picturesque town attracts thousands of tourists each year, who visit the many historic sites, golf courses, preserved parks, beautiful farmland, world-class ice-wine producing wineries and cultural festivals—including the annual Shaw Festival, a series of theatrical productions featuring the works of George Bernard Shaw.
Mowbray got tried of waiting and used his regular Riesling label and placed directly above it a label with his own words "1974 Ice-Wine.
Even on a Tuesday, dinner is busy, with signature ice-wine martinis delivered to table after table.
The much-prized access to Europe for ice-wine was won as part of a wider deal on standards and labels.
The potential vineyards are in an area that is considered to have ideal climatic conditions for production of ice-wine grapes.