Shacksbury Cider, "The Lost Apple Project" 750 ml 4 Pack

Shacksbury Cider, "The Lost Apple Project" 750 ml 4 Pack

The blend features apples from the several hundred heirloom trees at Apple Hill Farm in Rochester, Vermont — a 38- acre farm listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Harvested by hand in the fall of 2015, the apples were pressed, fermented with wild yeast, and then aged for 10 months before bottling. The resulting cider is dry, full bodied and complex — very much like the cider that early New England settlers would have been drinking more than 100 years ago.

Colin Davis
Co-Founder & Cider Maker, Shacksbury Cider

Shacksbury Cider, "The Lost Apple Project" 750 ml 4 Pack

Every fall, Shacksbury forages for the feral, wild, or otherwise forgotten fruit of rural Vermont. Along narrow country roads and in overgrown old orchards, they seek out apples that have the tannins and flavors — rare in most commercially grown fruit — to ferment into excellent hard cider. These forgotten apple trees are decades, and sometimes centuries, old. This is the Lost Apple Project, and when the trees are harvested, Shacksbury is tapping into the long and deep tradition of cider making in New England. You have presented here the The Lost Apple Project, limited edition label, 750 ml bottle. 4 pack.

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