This traditional, unpasteurized Cidre Bouché comes from the Calvados department in France, and is produced using the time-honored methods of this area. The 100% pure apple juice is fermented for four months to reach ideal dryness before being bottled. The second fermentation occurs naturally in the bottle.
Traditional, dry, and slightly bittersweet with flavors of green apple skin and ripe apples. Slightly tannic on the tongue with a hint of tanginess. Serve chilled in white wine glasses.
A versatile cidre that goes with many dishes at lunch or dinner. Try it with all your favorite meals.
Bedan, Binet Rouge, Bisquet, Fréquin Rouge, Saint Martin, Rambault, Moulin à Vent, and Mettais, among others, are used in its production.