Bright, clear yellow-gold colour, with lively spritz and deeply scented ripe, spicy apple scents leading into crisply dry apple bite in the mouth. Finishes with a touch of balancing sweetness.
A dry hopped Heritage apple cider finished unfiltered. Hops and spruce needles mingle with apple and citrus rind on the nose. It has grassy notes on the palate to go with citrus, apple and hops with a fresh, dry finish.
This is a blend of Ontario apples and Niagara Montmorency cherries. It’s bright and refreshing and slightly off-dry to punctuate those lovely ripe cherry flavours. Look for a perfect marriage of apple and cherry that’s lively and popping on the palate.
This is a tequila barrel-fermented cider with wild blueberry and a sour edge from a dose of lactobacillus. It shows notes of wild blueberry, tangy rhubarb, mulled apples, cloves and ginger. Just a riot of flavours on the palate — blueberries, apples, spice and sour funk that’s smooth and fresh on the finish.
This flagship cider from the English expat couple behind this 4-year-old cidery beat out 77 other entries to be crowned king of Modern Dry Ciders at the world’s largest cider competition, GLINTCAP, earlier this year. This highly carbonated cider begins with bouquet of bright apple, white flowers and light cantaloupe leading to flavours of apple peel, racy acidity and light tannins. The cidermakers originally devised this as a still cider, so try a glass and then recap until it loses the bubbles and try it again.
Pouring light gold and cloudy, this cider, crafted by one of Canada’s natural wine pioneers, is fermented with Southbrook’s indigenous white wine yeast for a complex yet highly quaffable sipper. A bright apple-juice character dominates the nose, while the palate is marked by citrus, apple pie, pear skins, apricot and peaches. Delicate carbonation, medium tannins and a dry finish lend a rustic feel to this cider.