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Rated 97 - With vibrantly viscous ripe mango, pineapple and passionfruit, this charms with precision and utter...
The colder climate of Canada is not one normally associated with viticulture and wine production, but in actual fact this large northern country has been involved in wine-making for over two hundred years. Many of the grapes grown in Canada are of German and Austrian origin, countries which share many of the same climatic conditions as Canada, and thus are hardy enough to survive and flourish in the cooler temperatures of the vineyards there. Indeed, many of the characterful and distinctive wines of Canada rely on early frosts, and it is not unusual for wineries to allow their grapes to freeze on the vine for the production of the intensely aromatic ice wine. Most of Canada's vineyards are currently located in Ontario and British Columbia, and recent interest in the country's produce has resulted in many more thousands of hectares of vineyards being planted across the country.