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  • Crafting Cider at Foggy Ridge with Diane Flynt

    Crafting Cider at Foggy Ridge with Diane Flynt

    Diane Flynt at Foggy Ridge Cider Growing up near her grandparents’ farm, Diane Flynt of Foggy Ridge Cider has always wanted to return to the land. “I graduated from college in the ‘back to the land’ movement and really wanted to be a farmer,” said Diane, “but I couldn’t envision how to do that in...

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  • A Return to Roots with André Tamers

    A Return to Roots with André Tamers

    André Tamers with Thierry Tissot in Bugey Named for his grandfather, whose father who had a general store in old Savoie on the Annecy Lake, De Maison Selections is returning to its French roots. “A long time ago,” said André Tamers, “we had quite a bit of French wines. But then I realized I h...

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  • Sonoma Terroir at Tilted Shed Ciderworks

    Sonoma Terroir at Tilted Shed Ciderworks

    Scott Heath of Tilted Shed panking at Lost Orchard “We’d been trying to connect culture and agriculture, and getting back to the land without jumping out,” said Ellen Cavalli of Tilded Shed Ciderworks. “We’re really into localization of agriculture and learning how to grow our own food, and by wa...

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  • The Queens Kickshaw, A Cider Destination

    The Queens Kickshaw, A Cider Destination

    Jennifer Lim & Ben Sandler, wife & husband team at The Queens Kickshaw "Modern cider-making realizes that the quality of fruit is important," said Jennifer Lim of The Queens Kickshaw.  "We like to be able to ask our cider makers what apples they use and not get a run around answer," a...

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  • Passport Terroir, Celebrating 20 Years!

    Passport Terroir, Celebrating 20 Years!

    Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate an amazing 20 Years with us at The Public Theater.  Stay tuned for images from the event tomorrow, and in the mean time, check out our instagram uploads at tedwardwines, along with those of hawk_wakawaka.  Cheers!...

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  • The Ciders of Bordatto Etxaldea

    The Ciders of Bordatto Etxaldea

    From Irouléguy, we bring you the ciders of Bordatto Extaldea.  Farmed and fermented at the hands of Bitxinxo Aphaule, who began his career as a winemaker, these three ciders are made from estate grown heirloom varietals.  Frustrated by the lack of attention that's generally paid to terroir when ...

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  • Find Fermented Cider in New York City

    Find Fermented Cider in New York City

    To aid your consumption of cider during Cider Week, we've compiled a list of bars, restaurants and stores  that carry our ciders, including the establishments that are hosting events for Cider Week.  Click on the links to access each site and enjoy! CIDER WEEK EVENTS: Murray's Cheese, Wome...

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  • Cider Week NYC at TEW!

    Cider Week NYC at TEW!

    It's Cider Week  in NYC, and since we have some of the best Spanish, French and American ciders on offer, we are psyched to celebrate! From De Maison Selections, we bring you Isastegi, Trabanco, and Bordatto Etxaldea.  And from the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, we carry Foggy Ridge Cider.  In the...

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  • Riding through Austurias with the Vuelta Espana while Drinking Trabanco Cider

    Riding through Austurias with the Vuelta Espana while Drinking Trabanco Cider

    Trabanco-Mixed Plantations of Apple Trees  . Tucked between Spain’s NW regions of Galicia and Basque Country, sits Asturias, home to an eternity of apple orchids.  Dominating the economy here since the 18th century, apples have been used for remedies and cooking, and most important...

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