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(2009) A fascinating 11% alcohol icewine made naturally from Sauvignon Blanc grapes frozen on the vine. It comes in a tall, elegant 37.5cl bottle, packed in its own presentation tube. The nose is not as luscious as I'd expect from an icewine, with some herbal and grassy Sauvignon notes and a little pear-drop boiled sweet character. On the palate this is light and fresh - seeming more like a late harvest wine than an icewine, with medium body and moderate sweetness of pear and ripe, juicy apple. It is fresh in the finish, the acidity good and doing a fine job of pulling this through and elongating the finish, which develops a little bit of spice and more tropcial character. This is a decent wine, but easily shaded for me by the glorious Gratiesti. per 37.5cl.
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