Inniskillin - Cabernet Franc Icewine 2006 - Canadian Sweet Wine

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Inniskillin - Cabernet Franc Icewine 2006
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With its brilliant red colour and rich flavours, this vintage has produced a rare and exceptional red Icewine with an abundance of primary fruit aromas on the nose, strawberries and cream on the palate and a long, smooth lingering finish.

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Category(s):     Dessert Wine

Producer: Inniskillin
ABV:   9%
Acidity g/l:   9
Bio-Dynamic:   No
Brand:   Inniskillin
Country of Origin:   Canada
Grape Type:   Cabernet Franc
Kosher:   No
Organic:   No
Ph Level:   3.6
Quality Designation:   VQA
Region:   Ontario
Residual Sugar g/l:   220
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vegan:   No
Vegetarian:   No
Vintage:   2006
Winemaker:   Bruce Nicholson

Pricing

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4 Products From this Producer

ProductAvailabilitySizePrice
Inniskillin - Cabernet Franc Icewine 200826th Sep 2014   6x 37.5cl Bottles£ 349.92
Inniskillin - Gold Vidal Icewine 201226th Sep 2014   6x 37.5cl Bottles£ 243.36
Inniskillin - Riesling Icewine 200826th Sep 2014   6x 37.5cl Bottles£ 290.88
Inniskillin - Sparkling Icewine 2012In Stock   6x 37.5cl Bottles£ 257.32

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Producer Information

Inniskillin is now synonymous with top quality Icewine and consistently sets the bar at a much greater height than its competitors. They harvest here at a higher brix level than the minimum set by the VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance in Ontario) and their wines have a higher level of residual sugar. This gives richer, more intense wines that merit their higher price. Inniskillin was founded in 1975 by Austrian chemist Karl Kaiser and Italian-Canadian agriculture graduate Donald Ziraldo, who worked tirelessly to introduce better vines and superior winemaking techniques to Niagara. In 1984, to make the most of the extreme Canadian winter, Kaiser produced his first Icewine - a pivotal point in garnering attention from the international wine world.

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