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93
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Peller 2008 Icewine Riesling (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $90
Richly aromatic, with notes of orange marmalade, apricot, honey and crème fraîche. It’s thick and creamy in feel while still displaying exceptional balance, length and intensity.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
93
points

Cave Spring 2008 Icewine Sweet Wine Riesling (Niagara Peninsula)

  • Cellar Selection
  1. $50
A full five years old but still with a long life ahead of it, this wine is in full blossom with notes of petrol, slate and white flowers. Harvested at 38.3 Brix and retaining 222 g/L of residual sugar, it’s full of concentrated, rich apricot flavors that linger after each sip for close to a minute.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
92
points

Peller 2011 Oak Aged Icewine Andrew Peller Signature Series Vidal Blanc (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $80
Aged for four months in oak, this wine brings an explosion of complex aromas of tangerine, dried apricot, honey and a speckling of smoky oak spices. The palate is full, rich and luscious, with concentrated stone fruit flavors that linger long after the last sip.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
92
points

Pillitteri 2012 Reserve Icewine Vidal (Niagara-On-The-Lake)

  • Editors' Choice
  1. $30
An aromatic knockout with notes of peach, papaya, lychee and brown sugar. At 250 g/L of residual sugar, it’s dense and rich with carmelized sugar flavors and a lengthy finish.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
92
points

Wayne Gretzky Estates 2012 No. 99 Icewine Cabernet Franc (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $95
Medium cherry in color with notes of raspberry jam, wet stone, mint and cherry. This wine is viscous in mouthfeel with sweet, focused fruit flavors that almost reach excessive but pull back just in time.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
92
points

Stratus 2008 Icewine Riesling (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $70
This wine is the vinous equivalent of biting into a ripe, juicy mango that has been drizzled with honey. It’s viscous and full in feel, loaded with tropical flavors that linger on the finish. Perhaps a bit one note but represents it well.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
92
points

Inniskillin 2007 Gold Icewine Vidal Blanc (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $77
Harvested at 40.16 Brix and retaining a whopping 255 g/L residual sugar, this wine shows a complex medley of notes ranging from fresh baked apple pie to apricot and cinnamon. It’s thick and rich in feel with stone fruit and dried orange rind flavors persisting through the long-drawn-out finish.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
91
points

Peller 2011 Icewine Cabernet Franc (Niagara Peninsula)

  1. $95
A direct and appealing wine, with notes of wild strawberry, wet stone, cherry and cranberry. It’s fruity and concentrated while still retaining lightness of expression. Drawn out fruit flavors linger on the finish.  — S.S.  (12/1/2013)
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