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Joseph Phelps Eisrebe Ice Wine 2010

Bottle Size: 375ml Item #: 1768312
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Joseph Phelps Eisrebe Ice Wine 2010 375ml

Joseph Phelps Eisrebe Ice Wine

Produced from frozen, late harvest Scheurebe grapes, this unique dessert wine is characterized by a pronounced rose peach bouquet and luscious flavors of citrus and apricot balanced by clean fruit acidity.

Grapes for Eisrébe are all grown on the Spring Valley estate. Phelps' approach to this wine is to harvest at optimum maturity and then transfer to cold storage outside the winery for freezing. Frozen grapes return to the winery where they are pressed, increasing the sugar content of the juice by about half through the elimination of ice. Fermentation takes place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and is allowed to progress until the wine reaches eight to ten percent alcohol and residual sugar of 23 to 25 percent. The wine is then bottle in the early spring following harvest, without oak contact.

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Joseph Phelps Joseph Phelps Eisrebe Ice Wine 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 375ml
 

Notes on the Joseph Phelps Eisrebe Ice Wine 375ML 2010

Tasting Notes Produced from frozen, late harvest Scheurebe grapes, this unique dessert wine is characterized by a pronounced rose peach bouquet and luscious flavors of citrus and apricot balanced by clean fruit acidity.

Wine Maker Notes Grapes for Eisrébe are all grown on the Spring Valley estate. Phelps' approach to this wine is to harvest at optimum maturity and then transfer to cold storage outside the winery for freezing. Frozen grapes return to the winery where they are pressed, increasing the sugar content of the juice by about half through the elimination of ice. Fermentation takes place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and is allowed to progress until the wine reaches eight to ten percent alcohol and residual sugar of 23 to 25 percent. The wine is then bottle in the early spring following harvest, without oak contact.