Category: Dessert wine

  • Frozen grapes ice wine

    Ice Wine – Demystified and Explained

    Ice wine is made from frozen grapes that are pressed while still frozen. When the frozen grapes are pressed, they release only one or two concentrated juice per grape. As a result, the juice is quite sweet, often twice sweeter than in any typical dry wine. Plus, its acidity levels are a bit on the high end.

    The harvest doesn't begin until January and can even sometimes happen in February. Grapes are harvested while frozen, at night, and are instantly transported to the winery to be pressed. The grapes must be frozen before being pressed. Continue reading

  • Muscat wine

    Why Muscat Wine is increasing in popularity

    Muscat has become a cultural phenomenon these days. Over the past few years, the demand for Muscat wine (also known as Moscato wine) has been on the rise, with drinkers searching for a sweeter, lighter wine with a low alcohol percentage. For new wine enthusiasts who are looking for a fruity and floral sweet drink with low price, Muscat wine is highly recommended. Continue reading