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  1. Guy Des Rosiers

    Guy Des Rosiers

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    fred o.

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    Neuneuil

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Community Tasting Notes (9) Avg Score: 86.7 points

  • Pretty tasty stuff. Slight browning funk, but generally a really clean and delicious cider. The apple flavours are pretty prominent and there's a slight bitterness on the finish that feels balancing.

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  • Fairly clean for a cider, with a bit of a smoky and a minor bit of funk. A nice touch of sweetness to round this out as well. Fairly complex, but a little more earthy and brown apple-y than I really like. Still, not going to complain about this.

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  • Easygoing and pleasant, and certainly not too complex, but a fairly clean cider with not much funk. There's a bit of browned flavours, but I think that's inescapable in apple cider, and a hint of bitterness on the back end. Just a touch sweet too, which adds to the balance here.

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  • This is a lovely cider, with a deep nose of fresh apple, pure and simple. Slight petillance, dry, with a very slightly, pleasantly bitter finish. The palate is light-bodied, simple and fresh, like the nose: just pure, crisp apple fruit, laid bare for all to see. Having grown up in St-Hilaire, Quebec, where the apple harvest is an autumnal rite, this cider brings me right back to childhood as surely and swiftly as the Proustian Madeleine.

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  • Just by smelling it, you get this rich aroma of dense honey, which seems to be the signature mark of Eric Bordelet sparkling wines.

    Unfortunately, that’s where the excitement stopped. Perhaps I’ve been spoiled by his Granit Pear Cidre, but upon tasting, this was a very very thin bodied wine with little to enjoy.

    Certainly, this would work at your house party with non-discriminating guests. But at that rate, why not just buy regular apple cidre? I guess if you really want that booze...

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