Canada

Canadian wine has been produced for over 200 years, but unfortunately very little Canadian wine is exported due to its small production volume. The role of Canada’s cold climate plays a huge part in the country’s wine production as it is now the world’s leading producer of Ice-Wine, a sweet desert wine which is made by leaving grapes on the vines over winter to freeze before pressing. This results in concentrated flavours in a delicious sweet yet acidic wine. Ontario and British Columbia are the two main wine making regions, with 98% of the countries’ best wine coming from these. Approximately 75% of the Ice-Wine in Canada comes from Ontario.
£51.95 per half bottle
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