Cider is Wine? Special
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Cider is Wine? Special

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Cider is Wine?

Our next Special focuses on a question of is cider wine?

Earlier this year, an event took place that suggested this exact statement. The principles of each drink are very similar – fruit juice which is then fermented, and potentially aged in some way. The core difference is apples vs grapes.

Not only this, but an increasing number of cidermakers are now using terminology which wine drinkers will be familiar with from ancestral method through to natural yeasts.

At Wine List, we wanted to highlight six of our favourite ciders we've tried recently which we think wine drinkers will love.

As well as all being delicious and different for what you know cider to be, these are all comparitively low in alcohol compared to almost all wines. They suit drinking more of or drinking earlier in the week without risk of hangover.

What's in our Cider is Wine box

  • In Touch, Pilton – bacchus grape skins are soaked in with this cider made in Somerset.
  • Dabinett 2019, Oliver's – traditional cider, aged in Speyside oak barrels
  • Fine Perry Keeved, Oliver's - a classic perry, with citrus-y pear and elderflower notes
  • Table Cider, Little Pomona – a delicious table cider, lightly sparkling with a slight tannic grip
  • Run Deep, Wilding – a five apple blend from 30 year old trees, co-fermented in stainless steel, then racked in red wine barrels
  • Babouche, Wilding – ancestral method, aka a pet-nat cider.

Each box comes with two Wine List x GoVino cups to enjoy our ciders from out and about or at home. Plus a video lesson on Cider is Wine.

Box cost: £88.28

£ 70.60 

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COUNTRY
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VINTAGE
SERVING TEMP
GREAT WITH
VESSEL
ALCOHOL %
COLOUR
GRAPE
COUNTRY
REGION
VINTAGE
SERVING TEMP
GREAT WITH
VESSEL
ALCOHOL %
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Cider is Wine?

Our next Special focuses on a question of is cider wine?

Earlier this year, an event took place that suggested this exact statement. The principles of each drink are very similar – fruit juice which is then fermented, and potentially aged in some way. The core difference is apples vs grapes.

Not only this, but an increasing number of cidermakers are now using terminology which wine drinkers will be familiar with from ancestral method through to natural yeasts.

At Wine List, we wanted to highlight six of our favourite ciders we've tried recently which we think wine drinkers will love.

As well as all being delicious and different for what you know cider to be, these are all comparitively low in alcohol compared to almost all wines. They suit drinking more of or drinking earlier in the week without risk of hangover.

What's in our Cider is Wine box

  • In Touch, Pilton – bacchus grape skins are soaked in with this cider made in Somerset.
  • Dabinett 2019, Oliver's – traditional cider, aged in Speyside oak barrels
  • Fine Perry Keeved, Oliver's - a classic perry, with citrus-y pear and elderflower notes
  • Table Cider, Little Pomona – a delicious table cider, lightly sparkling with a slight tannic grip
  • Run Deep, Wilding – a five apple blend from 30 year old trees, co-fermented in stainless steel, then racked in red wine barrels
  • Babouche, Wilding – ancestral method, aka a pet-nat cider.

Each box comes with two Wine List x GoVino cups to enjoy our ciders from out and about or at home. Plus a video lesson on Cider is Wine.

Box cost: £88.28

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