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Inniskillin Oak-Aged Vidal Icewine 2007
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Medium amber color; tangy, juicy and syrupy with creamy texture; sweet, intense and mouth filling with amazing richness and depth; an extraordinary expression of concentrated fruit.
This Vidal icewine is packed with aromas of lemon, grapefruit and flowers, and offers a racy but luscious intermingling of lemon and apricot. The flavors are heady but never heavy - the wine has a delicate touch and an elegant, integrated character that would please almost any wine drinker.
This Vidal Icewine exhibits tropical aromas, with intense honey, peach and pear on the palate. - Winery
Beeswax, orange peel and dried apricot notes mark this aromatically intense dessert wine. Its sweetness is matched by bracing acidity, leaving a mouthwatering impression. Licorice aftertaste. Drink now through 2020.
Half-Bottle, 375ml Inniskillin Ice Wine is a gift from winter to wine lovers. Harvested at the pinnacle of Canada's crisp winter, the grapes are naturally frozen on the vine and picked when the temperature drops below -10 degrees Celsius. The removal of ice crystals, separated from the frozen grapes during pressing, concentrates the juice into a delicate nectar to achieve the rich and alluring specialty known as Icewine.
Exhibits tropical aromas, with intense honey, peach and pear on the palate. Perfect on its own as dessert, or an excellent match to fresh fruit or strong cheeses.
The nobility of this vintage shines with an alluring assortment of fresh tangerine, papaya and lychee. These exquisite fruit flavours, combined with invigorating acidity offer multi-layers of balanced pleasure.
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Dietary Information: Organic
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