2008 Eric Bordelet "Doux" Sydre (apple) (Previously $11)

SKU #1056045

This is an off-dry sparkling cider from a maven of the Paris wine scene who returned to his native Normandy to produce traditional ciders like these. Sweeter than the Brut (naturally), the sugar rounds out the tangy apple flavors in this effervescent drink. A perfect summerime aperitif.

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By: AndyG | Review Date: 10/7/2011
This reminds me of unfiltered, unpasteurized cider one would buy in the fall from roadside stands back East: deep orange-brown ciders with a hint of spritz as they naturally started to ferment. The Eric Bordelet has the fizziness and alcohol of hard cider with the delicious fruit of those roadside apple ciders. This should go well with traditional fall dishes.
Drink from 2011 to 2012

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