Tasing Notes: 2017 Dancing Dragonfly Hula Ice Wine (Frontenac Blanc)

There are a few different ways of making dessert wine – this one, is ice wine, made by pressing frozen fruit which allows ice crystals to stay in the press, and not in the pressed juice. The result? A concentrated, sweet nectar with high levels of sugar (less water). Dancing Dragon Fly Winery’s “Hula” (St Croix Falls, WI) is a wonderful example of a new world dessert wine, made with Frontenac Blanc grapes, bursting with ripe, juicy tropical fruit.

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Lauren Voigt

Lauren launched Minnesota Uncorked™ to encourage exploration of wine. When she's not masquerading as a wine writer on the internet, Lauren earns her keep as a marketing specialist in the wine industry. Lauren can be reached at lauren@mnuncorked.com. She is WSET Certified Level III (Distinction), a Certified Wine Professional (CWP) through Saint Paul College, and a Spanish Wine Scholar (SWS) through Vine Lab Wine & Spirts Academy.
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