Exactly what's advertised - a very drinkable lemonade and Brickworks cider blend. — 4 months ago
Yum! The perfect amount of bubbly for a dessert wine. Very sweet. Aromatic. — 4 years ago
This cider is good for those who counts calories and like dry wines, and that's not me. But the taste is soft, semi-dry, aged with sour cherries and black peppercorns just for the very light aftertaste accent. Cherries works well with apple cider, adding more winy sour taste, not fruity. — 5 years ago
Hands down best pear cider out there. Works so well as a desert pairing. Poured at Le Cinq — 2 years ago
Delicate and delicious with Reisling notes - I dare say this would be great with Turkey — 5 years ago
Actually a cider, but I would love something similar — 6 years ago
Works well with alaskan king crab and australian barramundi — a year ago
This is the 2nd bottle of this wine, the first was last thanksgiving. Just like last year, upon opening its skightly FIZZY, and the taste is a bit cider. On the outre side even for me . So. ....and this is why patience works out sometimes with these wines...I recorked, shook very vigorously to let out gas, un corked, did this twice put in fridge.
Next day, way calmer, but still something on palate I didn't like. Shook let more gas out,.put back in fridge, day 3...!!! viola, wine still and the cider turned into a lovely Minerally Chardonnay.,..gorgeous.
My advice wait on this wine or decant.overnight. — 4 years ago