Sunday, July 14, 2013
But what it does have is a lot of blueberries and crowberries. Crowberries are not classified as a berry in Iceland but a fruit. They are full of antioxidants to ward off cancer and packed with vitamin C.
So you put the two of these together with rhubarb and you have an organic wine coming from Husavik in the North of Iceland. I have been to Husavik. It is pretty nice there and a great spot to whale watch.
Organic wine for those of you who do not know the definition is wine that is made without any unnatural methods such as the use of any herbicides, pesticides, fungicides or fertilizer. It all has to be natural.
For more information on this interesting wine made by the only wine maker in Iceland and also the holder of the world record for pancake baking check out the link.
I wished I had tried this while I was there. Sounds healthy!
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