Pacory "L'Ideal" Ferme des Grimaux Poiré Domfront Organic Pear Cidre (Previously $13)

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Poiré Domfront is a new appellation in the southern part of Normandy where pears are king. This pear cider is made principally with the variety plant de blanc, and its excellent acidity frame the pear and spice flavors. Poiré Domfront is made in the same style as low-alcohol apple-based ciders of Normandy, with 4-5% alcohol and slightly sparkling; it differs from its apple-based counterpart with a slightly brighter, golden color and (of course) its recognizably pear flavor… a truly delicious, slightly off-dry drink that works excellently as a palate cleanser before a meal or just a delicious drink on a hot afternoon.

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By: Andrew Whiteley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/13/2018 | Send Email
I'm so excited this has arrived. It's a fresh and fun cidre just in time for summer. It has, as you'd expect, intense pear fruitiness. But more than that it offers a full spectrum of pear complexity. It's off-dry and delightful. Served chilled it's very refreshing. I don't have a pool, so I can't open it there but I live near the beach and you'd better believe I'm drinking more than one of these on the sand this summer!

By: Stefanie Juelsgaard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/12/2018 | Send Email
This cider is just purely delicious. It's super fresh with no funkiness at all, a ton of rich pear flavor and a slight sweetness to make it go down very easily. The bubbles add to the appeal and I think this would make a great summer appertif or dinner wine. Great for warm weather days.

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Alcohol Content (%): 5