- Farmhouse Cider
- U.S.A. > New Hampshire
- Bubbly White, Touch Sweet, Medium-Bodied, Fruity, Crisp
- A multi-tasker, sparkling cider compliments both sweet and savory dishes.
- Serve with everything from roasted turkey to fried calamari.
- Perfect with a crêpe compléte.
- Glazed cinnamon doughnuts too.
Nose: Medium Intensity, developing, citrus fruits, orchard fruit, straw and hay
Mouth: Medium Bodied, off-dry, medium acidity, light tannin, moderate-high intensity, medium finish, citrus fruits, green apple, red apple
- Louisa Spencer and Stephen Wood of Poverty Lane Orchards produce their ciders from a blend of true cider apples; bittersweet, bitter-sharp and heirloom varieties of French, English and American origin. They're traditional, but not unimaginative. Farnum Hill describes themselves as a 21st century farm with a 19th century variety mix. Their slightly rustic Farmhouse cider is produced from early ripening fruit. Live free or die!
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