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Cave Spring Cellars Riesling Csv Cave Spring Vineyard 2015 750ml

Rated 92 - Luminous straw-green. Delicate aromas of white peach and herbs, plus riper notes of melon and pink grapefruit; a hint of licorice...
92WE
92VM
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Inniskillin Icewine Cabernet Franc 2014 375ml

Amazing depth of colour and outstanding red berry flavours, particularly strawberry, lend this red Icewine to pair well with chocolate or chocolate...
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Inniskillin Icewine Cabernet Franc 2015 375ml

Rated 90 - Aromatic and grapy, yet captures the variety’s characteristics, revealing black currant, graphite and light herbal touches. Elegant...
90WS
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Inniskillin Riesling Icewine 2017 375ml

Rated 93 - Fresh, this dessert white evokes floral, apricot, apple and waxy aromas and flavors. Elegant, bordering on racy despite the sweetness,...
93WS
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Inniskillin Vidal Icewine Pearl 2017 375ml

Vidal is a hybrid (Ugni Blanc and Seibel) that has a thick skin suitable for harvesting late in the season. It is the grape grown most for Icewine...
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Canada Niagara Peninsula Ontario

Canada has been producing quality wines for over two hundred years, and has hundreds of established wineries producing characterful and easily recognizable wines from the many imported grape varietals which flourish in the cool climate and excellent soils which typify the region. The primary wine producing regions of Canada are all located in the south of the country, and benefit from the consistent climate found there. The two largest wine producing regions is Canada are the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, and Niagara Peninsula, in Ontario. Both of these regions produce large quantities of the ice wine Canada is famous for, where the grapes are allowed to freeze on the vine during the early frosts, and thus have their sugars and flavors concentrated, resulting in highly aromatic and often very sweet wines.