Frozen Assets: Canadian and U.S. winemakers bank on bitter cold

Issue: April 15, 1995

April 15, 1995 Frozen Assets Canadian and U.S. winemakers bank on bitter cold to make a growing array of sweet wines By Jeff Morgan The world used to look only to Germany when seeking that intensely flavored phenomenon known as eiswein, a sweet wine that is pressed from frozen grapes.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 15, 1995.

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