2014 Eden Ciders Semi-Dry Cider, Vermont (375 ml) - Harvest Wine Shop

2014 Eden Ciders Semi-Dry Cider, Vermont (375 ml)

2014 Eden Ciders Semi-Dry Cider, Vermont (375 ml)

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This cider is made just like they make Champagne...but with apples! The "dosage" they used (sugar added to bottle to kick start secondary fermentation) is from ice cider that they reserved from another vintage! This wine was made in 2014 so now it has almost 10 years of age in bottle and is a really cool drinking experience!

Eden Ciders supports small cider apple farms all over the North East who farm organically and biodynamically. 

Tasting Notes very ripe red apples, apple sauce, cinnamon, brioche, molasses
Heirloom Blend, with the addition of Dabinett and Yarlington Mill bittersweet varieties from Poverty Lane Orchards (home of the famed Farnum Hill Ciders)
Region Vermont
Sugar Semi-Dry (12 g/L) 
Alcohol Volume 



At Eden Ciders, we’re passionate about the quality of flavor that comes from unique apple varieties grown by local, small-scale orchards in Vermont. We produce a wide range of ciders, from driest to sweetest, with different methods of production, using single varieties and blends. Consistent through everything we do is a commitment to supporting small-scale family orchards, to the use of holistic and regenerative orcharding practices, and to rare tannic and heirloom apple varieties grown expressly for cider making. You can taste the fantastic fruit character of these apples in our cider.

Eden Ciders was founded in 2007 by Eleanor & Albert Leger when they purchased an abandoned dairy farm in West Charleston and made an experimental batch of Ice Cider in the basement of their home. Slowly, they expanded the team to include amazing people like head orchardist Ben Applegate, and built connections with other Vermont orchards passionate about sustainable agriculture and working with our terroir. Our mission, supporting the local economy and preserving the working landscape, is only possible because of our team and customers like you.

Our journey in cider has been as much about the people as anything else. Cider is a community. We are a small industry, and most of us are small or very small companies, or cider and cider apple enthusiasts. The connections we make become the root webs through which we absorb new ideas, see new opportunities, and foster new entrants, just as our trees do with each other in the orchard. We so are grateful to all of our customers and welcome you to become a part of our human-malus-mycorrhizal web.

Thank you for sharing our ciders at your table, and for sharing our values of celebrating and investing in our landscape, our environment, our people, our trade partners, and our community. We are so glad to have you with us!

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