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A rarity in Niagara, the Germanic grape, Dornfelder was used to produced this icewine. It is dark, with a floral aroma, accompanied with dark berry notes.
Serve with a rich dessert like chocolate, custard, or a crème brulee. But did we hear you say cocktails? In your order, we are including some great icewine cocktail recipe suggestions.
Offering to your best friends on a Sunday afternoon, when they didn’t expect to be drinking a glass of wine but are sure glad they did.
Why we're drinking this
Fabian Reis, the winemaker and grandson of Herbert Konzelmann, is a fourth generation winemaker and proprietor/winemaker at Konzelmann Estate Winery. He has ventured out to create his own legacy, Ferox, which means ‘savage’ in Latin. This is an award-winning selection, receiving bronze at the 2018 Ontario Wine Awards. Since it is a rarity that Dornfelder is produced into an icewine, we just had to find out for ourselves what everyone is talking about. We cannot dispute that the Ferox Dornfelder delivers. The wine really is a delight—and in such limited quantities, a real rarity.
Aromas of rich dark berries and honey, followed by a layered palate of candied plum, raspberry jam, a hint of dark cocoa, and cinnamon. The sweetness fades with a port-like finish.
Drink this:Now to 2022
Region: VQA Niagara-on-the-lake
Production: 46 cases
Winery: Reif Winery
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