icewine


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icewine

(ˈaɪswaɪn)
n
(Brewing) Canadian a dessert wine made from grapes that have frozen before being harvested
Translations
Eiswein
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People around the globe know us for our excellence in Icewine and now they can experience our amazing table wine story.
And retailers who do stock Canadian items are more likely to offer iconic icewine than dry wine.
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The Icewine Festival is a unique celebration, where consumers have the opportunity to discover and enjoy Canada's most distinctive and delicious wine.
22) Except for icewine, Canada's wine production has a very limited impact on world markets.
It's called eiswein in Austria and Germany, where it began; icewine, one word, in Canada, where it's become something of a signature wine; and ice wine, two words, in the United States, where vintners in New York state and few other regions are experimenting with the hard-to-make, easy-to-drink product.
Unlike Germany where the winter season is not as predictable, Ontario is able to produce Icewine year after year.
Although this isn't strictly an icewine (the grapes are frozen before they are pressed) this is up there with the best of them.
Although a small handful of Canadian icewines can bring more than $600 the half bottle, and very rare half bottles might go in the thousands, you can pickup a perfectly drinkable icewine like the 2007 Jackson-Triggs Vidal Icewine for about $20.
The couple toasted with a 2004 bottle of icewine from Niagara, Canada, where they began their relationship.