Le Père Jules, Cidre brut de Normandie
  • Le Père Jules, Cidre brut de Normandie

Le Père Jules, Cidre brut de Normandie


(€11.87 L)

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Very aromatic, fruity, fine bubbles; to crepes, apple or butter cake

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Tasting: This cider is produced from no less than 20 different varieties of apples. This gives it a very nice balance between the sweet, bitter and acidic varieties.

All products of Le Père Jules are made from apple and pear varieties that are carefully selected from traditional orchards of tall trees in a protected area of controlled production (AOC).

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Data sheet

Volume 0,75l
Alcohol 5%
Storage advice Drink young (2-3 years).
Consumption guidelines Drink chilled between 4 and 8°C.
Taste Dry
Producer Léon Desfrièches et Fils, GEAC du Clos de la Pommeraye, 14100 Saint-Désir-de-Lisieux, France
Bottling Mis en bouteille à la Propriété
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