Ice Wine refers to a rich, flavorful dessert wine, which is made by picking grapes that are frozen on the vine, then pressing them before they thaw. Because much of the water in the grapes is frozen, the resulting juice is concentrated, thereby very rich in flavor and also high in sugar and acid.

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