This quarter bottle was a gift, but I believe it goes for about $20 - 187 ml though...not cheap.
A borderline absurd nose - pineapple, vanilla, cream, papaya, mango, way deep in there even some petrol notes.
As a good ice wine should be, it's sweet, but not so much it's over the top. Everythng on the nose - pineapple, vanilla, papaya, mango, miscellaneous tropical fruit - like the syrup from fruit cocktail - plus some distinct baked pear notes. The sort of wine that you want to just take your time, sip slowly, and enjoy on its own.
You guessed it - the finish suggests pineapple ice cream.
I've long said dessert wines are tough to score because as long as there's just a bit of balance they seem excellent. Of course, they're generally pricey to make and buy, so if someone is making an ice wine it's probably going to be at the very least decent. I've had many an ice wine and this one is easily one of the better ones.