Ice Wine


By Erin Clune | January 18, 2013

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In the early winter, when the temperatures drop and the fields turn icy, it’s time to harvest Ice Wine — a traditional dessert wine made with grapes that have frozen on the vine.

Erin Clune is always looking for something fresh and local to eat —- or drink! — in the middle of winter. So this year, she took part in the Ice Wine harvest at Wollersheim Winery in Prairie du Sac.

Erin Clune

Erin Clune is a writer in Madison.
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