Category: Icewine

Harvesting a Liquid Dessert

A review of the Hafner Gruner Veltliner Icewine 2002 and the story of the "Hot Toddy," a classic curative cocktail.
There are times when you need to have something sweet. Cookies, cake, ice cream and even fruit usually quench that craving. But for a less caloric and often more interesting alternative, consider a late-harvest wine.

Even More Dessert Wines To Please Your Palate

Part 2 of a look at dessert wines including Tokaji, Quady Essensia, Niagara Peninsula Ice Wines and Tawny Ports.
Last week, I wrote about the legendary dessert wines from the Sauternes region of Bordeaux, France and the traditional off-dry Moscato d'Asti wines of Italy. But wine growing regions around the world have created unique methods

What’s For Dessert?: Sweet Wines Growing In Popularity

Dessert wines are an under-appreciated treasure.
Dessert wines may well be the next American wine craze. It seems only natural that a country that has donut shops and ice cream parlors on nearly every corner will learn eventually to appreciate the wonders of a well-made "stickie." It is a mystery why dessert wines are not