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Cidres

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DOUX

This layered Sweet Cidre features a moderately sweet balance by highlighting the round, full fragrance and flavor of apples.  It reflects the complexity of the Normandie terroir and tastes of apples, hay, cheese and earth.  Pairs with cheeses, baguette and Foie Gras to extraordinary effect

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DEMI-SEC

This half-dry cidre strikes a gorgeous balance between the playful sweetness of Norman heritage apples and the complex finish of a drier cidre, this cidre will please almost every palate seeking depth of flavor and refreshment.  So versatile you can play with food pairings without risk of making a mistake.

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BRUT

This structured Dry Cidre will delight those whose palates crave a dry, refreshing but thought-provoking cidre.  The bouquet powerfully features fragrances of the orchard ripe at harvest which yields to flavors of dirt, hay, leather and wild yeasts.  The cidre transforms in the palate from initial taste  to the mid-palate to a complex finish.  Pairs with fish, veal and vegetables like they were meant to be together.

Limited Edition Cidres

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Rose

Our Rose Cidre is slightly sweet making it versatile and elegant.  It has a wonderful apple flavor without the earthiness of of the Demi-sec and the Brut.  It drinks easily.  Good looks and wonderful flavor in one cidre.  This is a marvelous selection for events, receptions and celebrations. 

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Extra-dry

This is a dry cidre with a hint of sweetness. Although you might not expect fruit in the nose or taste, it preserves a subtle apple aroma and a distinct apple finish.  It is versatile in both cooking (mussels and poached salmon) and drinking (easily pairs with many foods).  This style is a favorite in France where dry cidres tend to be preferred.