Domaine Pinnacle Apple Ice Wine 2006
I really enjoyed this ice apple wine. I was curious to discover why it had won over 50 gold medals. Great with a plate of fine cheeses!
Good design, but product is weak. Strong taste of alcohol and sulfate. Added flavor and colorant make wine undrinkable with any nice dish. Waste of money. However tube can be used for keeping diploma. Not happy - to expensive for apple juice with alcohol.
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Made from a blend of six different varieties of apples that are hand-picked after the first frost and pressed at the beginning of winter, Domaine Pinnacle?s Ice Apple Wine is rich, elegant and pure with a balance of sweetness and refreshing acidity. Its intense flavor results from ideal summer growing conditions followed by frigid Canadian winters. Domaine Pinnacle contains 12 percent alcohol by volume with no artificial additives and is certified Kosher. Handcrafted by the award-winning inventor of ice apple wine Christian Barthomeuf, Domaine Pinnacle Ice Apple Wine contains more than 80 apples in each 375 ml bottle and is best served well-chilled (40-45 degrees Fahrenheit) as an ap?ritif, with p?t?s, a variety of cheeses and sweets, after dinner, or as a fresh twist in cocktails. Located on the Southern slope of Mt. Pinnacle in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, Domaine Pinnacle is a 430-acre orchard that includes a winery, retail boutique, interpretation center, and the original farmhouse dating back to 1859. Situated just north of the US border, the estate offers stunning views of the nearby Green Mountains in Vermont and Adirondacks in New York State.
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Dietary Information: Kosher
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