Leduc - Piedimonte, Ice Cider 2007-08 - Ice Cider 37.5cl Bottle

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Leduc - Piedimonte, Ice Cider 2007-08
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37.5cl Bottle
£23.14
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Description:
Ice cider is unique to Quebec because it depends on an abundant crop of quality apples and winter temperatures that dip well below zero (-25Deg C).

The aromas and flavours are transformed as the apples over-ripened and are then naturally concentrated by the cold. Fermentation of this golden, concentrated must is done slowly at low temperature to allow the subtle flavours to develop.

The result is a sweet, complex and intensely fruity nectar that boasts a perfect balance between sugar, acidity and alcohol.

Made from Spartan and Empire apples, the Leduc-Piedimonte Ice Cider has a golden straw-coloured hue and pleasant aromas of tangerine, orange zest and green lemon.

The palate features flavours of pink grapefruit preserves, with a subtle yet refreshingly bitter. Ice cider can wonderfully replace a fine sweet wine to accompany food or cheeses.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Leduc- Piedimonte   -   www.leduc-piedimonte.com/index_english.html
ABV:   11%
Appellation:   Eastern Townships
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Leduc- Piedimonte
Country of Origin:   Canada
Food Pairings:   Cheeses,Pâté,Desserts,Aperitif
Grape Type:   Spartan and Empire apples
Region:   Québec
Serving temperature Degrees C:   10
Style of White Wine:   Dessert
Sweetness of wine:   Sweet
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Unoaked:   Yes
Vintage:   2007-08

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Producer Information

Domaine Leduc-Piedimonte, owned by Robert McKeown and Andree St-Denis, is a new Quebec-based cider house located in Rougemont, in the heart of the apple orchards. The owners chose to name the cider house after their maternal grandmothers as they wanted emphases to the fact that it is a family-run business and to attach strong symbolic roots to the tradition they wish to preserve.

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