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Wine from Napa Valley convinced the world that the U.S. was a wine country. But before any of this, when European settlers landed on our eastern shores, before grapes and grains were farmed with fervor, there were apples. And like grapes and grains, apples have sugar, an essential component of fermentation. Apples were fermented in the U.S. centuries ahead of wine or beer, which is why hard cider is fundamentally and historically - the real American drink.


Duche de Longueville Cider

You’ll be the most popular host on the block with this cider!


With an inviting nose of sweet apples and spice, this apple cider is light and dry and perfectly delicious. Made exclusively from Norman cider apples and produced in the heart of Normandy, the Duché de Longueville has a pale golden color and millions of tiny soft bubbles. This refreshing cider pairs well with grilled fish and chicken and is very tasty on its own.


A dry, delicious cider from the heart of Normandy that drinks beautifully on its own or paired with a variety of foods.

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