"We'll be offering pints for sale in stores with alcoholic retail licenses in the Maryland/DC area starting this summer," Katie Gorham, owner and managing member of Crossroad Company, said via email. "[W]e'll be rolling out shipments starting with other Mid-Atlantic states, hopefully sometime in late 2016 (just don't hold me to that!)." And depending on how retail sales go in the DC area, the ice cream could end up in stores in other regions, too, she said.
As explained on the company's website (and in the video below), Crossroad currently makes Winecream to order by flash freezing a mix of wine and cream with liquid nitrogen. This process, they discovered, is the best way to create an ice cream with a sweet flavor while retaining the alcohol in the wine. However, the company doesn't use the typical red and white grape-based wines you're used to, but rather "craft-made fruit wines" in flavors like strawberry, mixed berry, pineapple, and peach. So don't expect to find flavors like Sauvignon Swirl or Rocky Rose anytime soon.