If you’ve never been offered a chilled glass of ice wine, you’ve been missing out on a unique and sweettreat.
What is Ice Wine?
Quite simply, ice wine is an alcoholic grapes. When it comes to flavor, ice wine is high in sugar and has a very sweet taste, which is balanced by the high acidity. This wine can have a higher sugar percentage than some sodas and is primarily enjoyed as a dessert wine, as it does not pair particularly well with savory dishes.made from
Regulations state that to be called ‘Ice Wine’, the beverage must be made from There are producers in the US, as well as Japan, Austria, France, and several other European countries, but it isn’t nearly as popular or widespread as traditional grape-growing.that froze on the vine naturally. True ice wine, therefore, only comes from regions with a cold climate. Most of this wine in the world comes from or Ontario, Canada.
Most Riesling grapes, whereas Canadians favor the Vidal Blanc varietal. Cabernet Franc grapes result in a red Icewine, and modern producers are using everything from Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon. This market used to be quite narrow, but it has blossomed in recent years as its popularity has grown. Most varieties of this wine have an ABV of around 10%, although they can range from 6-13%.‘Eiswein’ is made from their prized native
How to Drink Ice Wine?
There are many different ways to drink ice wine, let us take a look at them.
- Chill, don’t freeze, to 50-54 degrees Fahrenheit to enjoy the natural .
- Pour 1.5-2 oz into a standard white wine glass. Remember, a little of this sweet wine goes a long way.
- Enjoy with cheese, fruit, scones or other less sweet .
How to Make Ice Wine?
Let us take a look at how to make ice wine.