Vermont Ice has concentrated flavors of apricot, green apple, and pear.
Came for the snow… fell in love with the ice
Everyone knows Vermont enjoys the perfect conditions for a great season of skiing. It gets cold very fast on the Green Mountains in November. But, combine these temperatures and terrain with what’s underneath the snow, a loamy glacial till similar to the Alsace region in France, and you also have the potential for world class Ice Wine. Boyden Valley has tapped these priceless elements to create our signature wine, Vermont Ice.
Vermont Ice took little time to capture the imagination of Vermont’s local culinary culture, and is now beginning to make an international name for itself. Crafted from the Le Crescent grape, Vermont Ice maintains a liveliness that is unsurpassed. The unique mountain climate and soil combination at the Boyden Valley vineyard give Vermont Ice a higher sugar and alcohol content than most ice wines, as it delivers concentrated flavors of apricot, green apple, and pears.
Pairs Well With…
- Baked Brie
- Salted Cashews
- Foie Gras
- Lemon Tart