Cider comes in a myriad of styles, flavours, apple varieties and strengths, can be matched with food and drunk on a multitude of occasions. Just like wine. In fact, according to the Cambridge English dictionary, cider is wine, produced when sugar-rich juice is squeezed from fruit and is then fermented into alcohol. And exactly like wine, the choice of apple variety is crucial to the resultant cider.
On Thursday 18th March, Oz is going to take you on a tasting journey across three continents to taste ciders from Europe, New Zealand and North America and will be introducing you to the craft cider producers along the way. Running from dry to sweet, Oz has selected four artisan ciders fermented from 100% fresh apple juice – made like wine, not from concentrate, showcasing the skill and passion of the cider makers.
Book now and we will arrange to have the following four craft ciders sent to you so that you can taste along with Oz and the producers (plus a zoom link to access the webinar):
PRICE: £55 via Cider is Wine delivered to mainland UK (exceptions for certain postcodes)
Access to the Zoom webinar is included in the package price, and a Zoom link will be sent to you 24hours before the event.
[or, if you just fancy logging in but without the tasting package, access to the webinar alone is £10 per device]
Brought to you courtesy of Cider is Wine.
Cider is Wine is the quality mark for ciders and perries fermented exclusively from apples and pears – never from concentrate. Whereas grape wine is regulated by EU law, cider is not. Most supermarket ciders contain only 35% apple and/or pear juice, often solely from concentrate. Cider is Wine’s members’ ciders and perries are fermented from 100% juice.