Neige Apple Ice Wine

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Inspired by the technique used to make ice wine and by our very particular climate, ice cider (also known as apple ice wine) was born out of the Québec terroir, which has the extreme cold winter temperatures needed to produce the concentration of sugars for its creation. “Ice Cider,” or the cider obtained from the fermentation of the juice of apples, must attain a pre-fermentation sugar concentration of at least 30 degrees Brix by natural cooling alone, and the finished product must contain a residual sugar level of at least 130 grams per litre as well as an acquired alcoholic content of more than 7%, up to a maximum of 13% per volume.

Region: Canada

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Inspired by the technique used to make ice wine and by our very particular climate, ice cider (also known as apple ice wine) was born out of the Québec terroir, which has the extreme cold winter temperatures needed to produce the concentration of sugars for its creation. “Ice Cider,” or the cider obtained from the fermentation of the juice of apples, must attain a pre-fermentation sugar concentration of at least 30 degrees Brix by natural cooling alone, and the finished product must contain a residual sugar level of at least 130 grams per litre as well as an acquired alcoholic content of more than 7%, up to a maximum of 13% per volume.

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