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Late harvest wine has the characteristics of late harvest

Late harvest wine (also known as late harvest wine) and Icewine (Icewine) are bright and golden in color, so from the first impression of appearance, ordinary people can't immediately distinguish these two wines. If the sweetness of the two wines is very similar, it will be more difficult to distinguish.


1. Late harvest wine


After the grapes ripen normally, the fruits are still left on the vine and not harvested. After a period of ripening or even air drying, the glucose will be further concentrated and special aroma substances will be accumulated. The wine brewed with the super mature fruit harvested at this time is the late harvest wine. Generally speaking, late harvest wine is sweet. If the late harvest is low, this wine may not be sweet.


Late harvest wines are usually marked with "late harvest/vendange tardive/spatlese" on the label. Among them, "Spatlese" is the expression of "late harvest" in Germany and Austria. Its minimum glucose content is lower than that of late harvest grapes in other regions. Therefore, late harvest wines in Germany and Austria are more refreshing and are most likely to produce dry late harvest wines.

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2. Ice wine


Ice wine is a sweet wine made from ice grapes. Because of the high degree of dehydration during pressing, its taste is almost only sweet. Ice grapes must be harvested in a natural environment below minus 8 ℃. Generally speaking, the lower the temperature, the higher the degree of icing, and the higher the concentration of grape juice after crushing and removing ice residue. Due to the high production requirements of ice wine, its output is relatively scarce, and only cool climate regions such as Canada are suitable for production. Generally speaking, Canada has more stringent requirements for ice wine production than other regions.


Due to the high concentration of grape juice, ice wine has a sweeter and mellow taste, often with the aroma of mature and pure fruits, flowers and nuts, which is more suitable for fresh fruits, cakes and other desserts.


In general, these two sweet wines are made by concentrating the sugar in grape juice. Compared with late harvest wine, ice wine has higher production cost, purer taste, less output, and its price is more expensive than ordinary late harvest wine.