Brut

25 prices

2019

All Canadian Wine Championship – Canada
DOUBLE GOLD
Glintcap – United States
SILVER
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
GOLD
2018

All Canadian Wine Championship – Canada
GOLD
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
GOLD
Glintcap – United States
BRONZE
2017

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
SILVER
2016

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
SILVER
Glintcap – United States
SILVER
2015

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
SILVER
2014

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
GOLD
All Canadian Wine Championship – Canada
SILVER
Coupe des Nations – Quebec
SILVER
2013

All Canadian Wine Championships – Canada
SILVER
Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
SILVER
2012

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
BRONZE
2011

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
GREAT GOLD
2010

Finger Lakes International Wine Competition – United States
BRONZE
2009

All Canadian Wine Championships – Canada
SILVER
2004

International Eastern Wine Competition – United States
BRONZE
2002

Concours Vins et Cidres du Qc. – Quebec
SILVER
2001

Concours Vins et Cidres du Qc. – Quebec
SILVER
1997

International Eastern Wine Competition – United States
SILVER
Intervin International Award – United States
DISTINCTION
1996

World Wine Championships – United States
GOLD

Category: Effervescent

7 % Alc./Vol.

20 g sugar/liter

Available size(s):

  • Bottle (750ml)

Serve chilled between 6° C and 8° C


Varieties

McIntosh, Lobo, Cortland, Empire

Cidrification

Inspired by the traditional ciders produced in Britanny. where cider containing natural residual sugar undergoes a second in-bottle fermentation before being marketed with the dregs. Brut, a cidre bouché aged on lees, is obtained through a second fermentation in sealed tanks of cider containing natural residual sugar. It is then filtered before bottling, while having had a minimum of 6 months to age on lees.

Tasting Notes

This cider has a beautiful robe with green reflection and a very fine effervescence. The finesse and freshness of the nose are expressed under aromas of ripe apple and pear with notes of spices and yeast. On the palate, the perfect balance of residual sugar and acidity from the aging on lees creates an explosion of freshness and grace.

Perfect as an aperitif, it also makes an excellent Kir Royal. Great for brunches, it goes well with savoury or sweet crepes. Perfect match with grilled scallops, pork roulade with candied apples or with an ashen cheese (Le Douanier) or flowery crust.