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March 01, 2011

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As a producer of ice wine, I would appreciate clarity of terms when referring to wine made from artificially frozen grapes. It looks like you are interchangably refering to it as "ice" (legal for now) and "ice wine" (reserved for traditianally produced, frozen on the vine icewine). The two products are similar, but Ice Wine develops greater complexity while it hangs through November and December. Since the Finger Lakes is even colder than Niagara, I have always wondered why more producers didn't take advantage of the natural cold in the Finger Lakes to produce traditional ice wine.

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