Eiswein

German for ice wine, a dessert wine made from frozen grapes.
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Eiswein

A German oddity made by crushing frozen grapes that have been deliberately left on the vine until winter, when they are picked on the first really freezing night. The juice that is released is super-concentrated and the resulting wines are extremely sweet. Because of the extreme hassle required to make these wines, they are vastly expensive. Making...
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Eiswein

German for ice wine, a dessert wine made from frozen grapes.
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eiswein

(Germany, Austria) An expensive, labour intensive sweet wine made from frozen grapes, principally in Germany and Austria, but also in Canada where it is called Icewine. The grapes are harvested during the cold of winter, facilitating the removal of much of the water as ice, intensifying the remaining sugar and flavour. The must weight is generally....
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Eiswein

German term (Icewine in English). Grapes are left on the vine until they freeze. Temperatures of -7C are required. The water content is removed as ice, and the resulting wine is sweet, concentrated and luscious.
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eiswein

Ger. A style of dessert wine developed in Germany in which the grapes are left on the vine until it gets cold enough for them to freeze. The grapes are quickly harvested and pressed while still frozen, resulting in a dense, sweet wine made from concentrated juice (the ice floats to the top of the vat and is skimmed off, leaving concentrated juice b...
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Eiswein

The fifth level of the German QmP rating system, Eiswein differs from the other wines of these designations as Eiswein grapes get their concentrated sweetness from the process of freezing on the vine rather than the effects of Botrytis.
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