10 Best Ice Wine of 2020

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Ice Wine Guide

Ice Wine belongs in Germany to the quality wines and stands on a level with the predicate Beerenauslese after the German wine law. Ice Wine Not only is it much more expensive than traditional wines, it is also made in a special process from frozen grapes. The grapes are in fact left in the process by the winter on the vine. Not only does this harvest reduce the harvest, but it also does riskthat the whole harvest is lost.
Especially the taste is unique, because Ice Wine tastes very sweet and is one of the thick, naturally sweet wines.
Not only white grapes are used for the production of Ice Wine used, even red grapes are quite suitable.
To be a perfect Ice Wine To obtain the grapes must be harvested at minus degrees and pressed immediately afterwards. The highly concentrated must is then fermented and monitored by a testing center.
Most of the ice wines in Germany are from the Riesling grape variety. Not only experts enjoy and appreciate the natural sweet wines, also worldwide, the rarities have an excellent reputation.
The first Ice Wine Incidentally, it was already built in February 1830 in Dromersheim near Bingen.
For a long time, the production of ice wine was reduced to Austria and Germany, because only since 1975 has Canada produced the delicious drop.
Due to the risky grape harvest, which can end with the loss of the entire grapes, experience has shown that you can dig deeper into the bag for ice wine, but it is rewarded with a unique taste.

When winemakers are ready to play poker, the most magnificent ice wines are produced

If you want a great taste, but do not want to dig too deep into your bag, Weinholdsheimer Riesling Ice Wine is the perfect choice. The grapes for this ice wine were read at a frosty -9 degrees and convince by elegance and expressiveness. The Weinholdsheimer Kehr Edition „Pauline“ 2012 impresses with a complex aroma and a balanced mixture of sweetness and acidity. The wine comes from a wine-growing region in Rheinhessen, where the soils are particularly calcareous. This gives the grapes the desired length. The grapes are read by the winemakers for the ice wine by hand. The white grapes are matured in stainless steel tanks, while the red grapes are allowed to mature in wooden barrels. Ripe fruits meet the taste on apricots and pears and are refined by honey and raisins. On the palate, tasting not only the freshness but also the elegance of herbal spicy note.

Juicy fruits complete a perfect ice wine

If you open your wallet a little further, you will get a really excellent ice wine from the Leimener Klostergarten, Josef Rosch.
The Riesling from the vintage 2008 convinced the lover of Ice Wine by a herbal-spicy fragrance and ripe fruit. Peach, pineapple and grapefruit produce a juicy freshness. The wine contains very delicate bitter notes, but in a balanced balance in the sweetness-acid ratio. The Ice Wine can be opened immediately and has a shelf life until 2025. The ice wine by Josef Rosch was rated by Gault Millau in 2010 with 91 points, and is therefore among the wines of excellent quality.

Ice wine for a special occasion

Ice Wine does not come to the table every day. For this reason, it should be enjoyed unadulterated. Of course, Ice Wine is also compatible with food. It fits best with sweet desserts or desserts. Also suitable as an aperitif.
Especially with blue cheese, the sweet wine fits wonderfully, and complements an exquisite cheese platter.
When serving you should be careful not to bring the wine to the table uncooled. The perfect temperature at which ice wine should be enjoyed is 9 degrees.

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