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  • n. Plural form of icewine.

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  • While they do get a lot of local press, it's great to see national recognition of these small wineries 'icewines.

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  • I like icewines, because they don't have the bite of high-alcohol ports or the like.

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  • This year's Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Village, taking place January 22-23, will bring together 25 wineries, local chefs who'll create food pairings infused with the subtle flavours of the icewines, and jazz musicians to keep the crowd moving.

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  • The festival features tastings of Nova Scotia's award-winning icewines, along with gourmet dinners, ice-sculptures, outside ice bars and more.

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  • In a first for the young wine route, the last two weekends in January, 10 local vineyards including Val Caudalies, and two restaurants, will conduct tastings of late-harvest wines and icewines paired with five - and seven-course menus.

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  • Unfortunately, the icewines listed on wines. com are from Ontario, not BC.

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  • All Summerhill vintages, including the icewines, develop in the pyramid, which winery owner Stephen Cipes believes has special powers that enhance their character.

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  • Canadian icewine has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons: Counterfeits have been flooding the market in China, which is also the top market for genuine Canadian icewines.

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  • With icewines selling for about $40 to $80 for a 375-millilitre bottle - and some vintages costing $100 or more - it's a lucrative market.

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  • In Canada, government regulation of alcohol sales prevents counterfeit icewines from appearing on store shelves, but be wary of labels that say "ice wine" or "iced wine" - they likely flag wines made from grapes picked when ripe and then commercially frozen, rather than left to freeze on the vine, a requirement for genuine icewine.

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