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Butter Cookies & Lakewood Vineyard 2013 Glaciovinum
Good question. I don’t pair cookies and wine very often, but I did find an excellent match over the holidays. I received a decorative tin of butter cookies and just happened to have a bottle of Lakewood Vineyard’s 2013 Glaciovinum nearby. This dessert wine is made from 100% Delaware, an American hybrid grape variety. The wine is pocket-friendly (i.e., $14 / 375ml), yet not shy on aroma and flavor. It is sweet and scrumptious; showing some richness in the mouth, with tropical fruit, honeysuckle, and candied orchard flavors, complete with balancing acidity and a medium-long fruity finish. For the money, the tin of sweet butter based cookies, particularly the subtle note of vanilla, complemented the wine’s flavors nicely. This match proved satisfying in every way. I encourage readers to look to the Finger Lakes wine region in upstate New York for reasonably priced ice wines, ice-styled wines, and late harvest treats. Please feel free to post your recommendations to the comment section so we can try them! More info on the wine: 550 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Finger Lakes, New York. Other info: ABV 11.9%, grapes frozen post-harvest, RS 19.2%, cork enclosure.
 Dezel Quillen, My Vine Spot

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