New York restaurants are serving up scoops of wine-flavored ice creams for dessert. And since the ice-creams have a 5 percent alcohol content patrons will have to be 21 to give it a try.

The new ice creams were created by Oneida County Dairy in Booneville, N.Y. The dairy is owned by eight local farm families. The ice cream is sold under the brand name Mercer’s Ice Cream. The company offers 36 traditional flavors, plus three for adults only — Ala Port Wine, Peachy White Zinfandel and Red Raspberry Chardonnay.

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