Cheeky Grog Co Cheeky Pair Cider 4.4% 330ml
Cheeky Pair is the perfect combination of our apple and pear ciders - sweet, crisp and refreshing.
Cheeky Grog Co Flip Dry Cider 6.5% 330ml
Dry, crisp and clean cider with balanced acid taste. Made using solely Pink Lady apples. Has a hint of apple aroma finely bubbled.
Cheeky Grog Co Grumpy Scrumpy 7.4% 500ml
Grumpy Scrumpy presents with a cloudy moderate straw appearance. The nose is complex and multi layered exhibiting apple blossom characters. The prominent apple flavours follow on combining with a citrus tang and slight spritz to create a lingering dry clean finish.
Cheeky Grog Co Secret Seven Apple Cider 8.2% 500ml
100% Heritage cider using both English and French varieties all grown on orchards in Goulburn and Murray valley of Victoria. Fermented in old French oak barrells and then bottle conditioned to give a fine bubble. Creamy oak, chewy tannin with long flavours .The finish has delicious drying tannins and balanced acid with good length creating a truly serious cider.
Willie Smiths Kingston Black Cider 6.2% 2017
Originating from Somerset, the Kingston Black apple is one of the world's most famous traditional cider apple varieties. Reflecting the characteristics of the apple, this cider displays intensely lifted varietal notes of green apple and sherbet. Its initial apple fruit sweetness is balanced with drying tannin and racy acidity making this a complex cider that will develop in the bottle. - Tim Jones, Head Cider Maker
Granite Belt Twisted Branch Cider 6% 750ml
Twisted Branch has hints of apricot and baked apples, followed by some tartness on the palate, finishing with a satisfying dryness.
Barrel & Hatch Heritage Apple Cider 6.7% 750ml
Made from a blend of three different cider apples, it's very traditional, dry and smooth. Perfect for food pairing and sharing. It has a lovely floral bouquet with a hint of vanilla from the under-lying oak presence. Bold tannins create an acidity that's balanced and the finish is textural, yet smooth.
Cidrerie du Vulcain Transparente 2016 4%
Floral attractive aromas, near dry rather than off-dry. Beautiful strident fruit flavors. The acidity is savory and the palate is a perfectly balanced trinity of salt, acidity, and delicate fruit, delivered with such lightness of texture — that Alpine feeling: not diluted but elusive and aerial, and incredibly refreshing, mouthwatering actually. A superb, stimulating and refreshing cidre!
96 Points on RateBeer.
Cidrerie du Vulcain A Propos d'Ailes 2016 4%
New as of 2017! A demi-sec cidre with very few tasting notes out there!
Varieties: Blend of apples dominated by the Tobiässler
Cider-making: Crushed, light maceration (2-72 hours) before pressing, light settling and clarification (with natural mushroom extract) before partial indigenous yeast fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Two to three light filtrations ensure that the desired residual sugar levels are attained. Natural prise de mousse in bottle. Low sulfur additions (about 20mg/l) before bottling.
Cidrerie du Vulcain Trois Pepins 2016 5.6%
Combination in equal parts of apples, pears, and quinces - Very bracing to drink, what a rush of salt and acidity, plus the astringency of quince skin. Transparente, Premiers Emois, and the Poire are pastoral; Trois Pepins is minimalism. It’s a very, very grown-up cidre.
Cidrerie du Vulcain Cidre de Fer 2016 5%
The pure expression of the Fer (iron) apple (Bohnapfel) and the iron shows in the depth of this cidre - in the mouth it is dry, a little weightier than Transparente and it is has a deeper tone and depth. It is very elegant and brisk in style with a sensual depth and lingering finish.
Cidrerie du Vulcain Raw Boskoop 2016 5.2%
A new offering this year, Jacques has sourced a grower for the rare Belle de Boskoop. This is a sought after variety for dry cidre as it provides complex, mixed sensations of freshness, fruit and minerality. It is a 'cidre de soif' or a thirsty cidre - one to quench the thirst ! Dry, crisp and uplifting, don't miss this for the Summer.
The first taste of a Vulcain cider will usually cause disbelief. They are so… pretty! And so different.
Dry to moderately sweet, with a discreet salty finish, the different blends or individual varieties speak so clearly yet so delicately —watercolors, not oil paintings. Essentially, these ciders are unmistakably Alpine: at their core is transparency, levity, and altitude; the same cool wind that runs through most Alpine wines; the freshness of a mountain stream.