Thomson ReutersJanuary 22, 2013 12:00
* Province of Ontario produces most of Canada's icewine
* Canadian specialty costs twice as much as Champagne
* Harvest takes place in dead of night
By Atsuko Kitayama
BEAMSVILLE, Ontario, Jan 22 (Reuters) - In the Ontario town of Beamsville, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) west of Niagara Falls, a small crowd of bundled-up figures crouched in a moonlit vineyard on a frigid January night, picking a crop of hard-frozen Gewurztraminer grapes.