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At 8 years of age, the deepening shade of amber comes as no surprise. A swirl in the glass reveals a viscous wine that clings to the side of the glass. Armoas of dried fruit and sweetness waft from the glass. On the palate, powerful notes of dried apricots, perhaps a touch of dried mango and honey. Sweet, yes, but lovely balance and a long, lingering finish. At about $22 for 500ml, this puts Niagara ice wines to shame. Mature and ready to drink but will hold for a bit as well. Lovely!