Poire Domfront ($13.99) is an off-dry Normandy cider made from pears, as opposed to apples, imparting greater acidity, color, and nuanced pear flavors.
Cidre Le Costaud ($11.99) is produced from mature apples and is aged in Calvados oak barrels.
Domaine Boratto Exaldea (Jaxu, southwestern France)
2012 Txala Parta ($24) is a unique vintage French cider produced near the Basque border. It is a esoteric and complex blend of two apple varieties.
Sydre Argelette ($21) is a an off-dry cuvee made from apples, described by the importer as being “Grand Cru” quality, and is recommended to age one year in bottle before enjoying.
The Poire Granit ($23) is an excellent pear cider for a special occasion. Produced from 300 year old pear trees, it is off-dry and quite rare. *Please note this item will be in stock at the end of the week.
Domaine J. Cecillon (Sevignac, Brittany, France)
Cidre Nerios ($19), located in the northeast corner of Brittany, is produced from heirloom apples and imparts a unique and slight bitterness.
Foggy Ridge Cider (Dugspur, VA)
Serious Cider ($20) is produced from English heirloom apples and comes from the Blue Ridge mountains. It is an elegant, aromatic, and floral cider, with hints of stone-fruits.