Tasting Notes Pronounced rich and autumnal nose of aromatic, ripe apple with some floral notes. The front palate is fresh, with a fine mousse and good depth leading to a layered, creamy mid-palate. The back palate displays a fresh fine acidity and long, complex length. Overall, a beautifully balanced clean. Food Pairing A classic ‘méthode traditionelle’ Normandy naturally sparkling dry cider is really always paired in Normandy with food, just as a dry wine would be. You can add little during the cooking, before drinking with roasts, casseroles, grills, vegetarian and vegan meals, but also fine curries. This pure juice, naturally sparkling, dry cider pairs exceptionally well with most main courses, as well as being an excellent accompaniment to cheese, particularly Camembert located just (2 kilometres from the cider farm), Livarot (part of the canton), as well as English cheeses such as farmhouse Cheddar and Stilton, to give a couple of examples.
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