Standing Stone is one of my favorite Finger Lake wineries. Standing Stone Vidal Ice is the name they use, not Ice Wine. They pick the grapes after the leaves are gone, and the grapes are drying and starting to shrivel - very important to concentrate and enrich the flavors. They freeze the grapes commercially, making sure they are frozen solid, which is critical to the ultimate wine quality. They ferment very carefully, using a blend of yeasts, and just the right temperature to keep the fermentation going strong.
Standing Stone just released their 2007 Vidal Ice was just released, but the 2001, 2002 and 2004 vintages all received 90 scores in the Wine Spectator Magazine.