A high-acid, textured cider made from a blend of cider apple varieties, with a distinctive nutty note that offers balance.
Varieties: Blend of cider apple varieties
Location: Hood River, Oregon
This cider is the most concentrated to date. It has higher acidity, and the texture of the bubbles is extraordinary. It has an almost Selosse-esque, nutty oxidative note that is quite unusual, but is fresh at the same time, so you get the perfect yin-yang balance.
Fermented with native yeasts and raised in old barrels with zero additions, resulting in a pure, unadulterated cider that tastes exactly as it should.
Over 80 different cider varieties but also some heirloom dessert apples that were originally grown on the property (Ashmead Kernel, Wixon Crab, Hudson’s Golden Gem, Ribston and Cox’s Orange Pippin), pears and quince. Produced in collaboration with a Biodynamic orchard at the base of Mt. Hood.