A super dry and naturally sparkling cider, striking a balance between fruit, acid and tannin.
Variety: Heirloom bittersweet apple varieties, 50% Black Kingston apples
Orchard: Poverty Lane Orchards
Location: New Hampshire
Beautifully balanced between fruit, acid and tannin. Super dry, it goes well with oysters, cheese and charcuterie.
Made using methode champenoise and disgorged by hand.
Poverty Land Orchards was established in the 1960s as an apple orchard, growing mostly McIntosh, Cortland and Macoun apples. It has been farmed by the Wood family since the 1970s, and has become one of the biggest and oldest apple operations in New Hampshire, growing and selling heirloom apple varieties.