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Methode Traditionelle

Brady’s Legana Wild Reserve
3 hours ago

Brady’s Legana Wild Reserve

Brady’s Legana Wild Reserve challenges the standard thinking of what ciders can be. They are pushing hard into the fine sparkling wine territory.  Read More

Brady’s Lookout Cider Classic Orange Pippin
1 month ago

Brady’s Lookout Cider Classic Orange Pippin

Brady’s Lookout Cider Classic Orange Pippin keeps it simple by combining the classic dessert apple with a big aroma, the Cox’s Orange Pippin with the easy-to-learn yet hard-to-master technique of Methode Traditionelle cider making. Read More

3 sons Methode Traditionelle
1 year ago

3 sons Methode Traditionelle

3 Sons Methode Traditionelle from 2019. Canberra’s best-known cider maker is mixing all sorts of apples to go for that champagne vibe in a cider. Read More

Gurney’s Methode Traditionelle
2 years ago

Gurney’s Methode Traditionelle

On the windswept southeastern corner of Victoria is Gurney’s Orchard where they grow the apples for the very handmade Gurney’s Methode Tradionelle Cider. Read More

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee
3 years ago

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee

Brady’s Lookout 2017 Cuvee Cider is a story of apples, convicts and Batman. It stretches from Manchester to Tasmania and back to France. I’m probably going to need to explain what I’m talking about.  Read More

Chalkdown Cider 2015
3 years ago

Chalkdown Cider 2015

By  •  British

Chalkdown Cider has aimed for the top end of the market, they are trying to dethrone champagne and prosecco as premium sparkling choice for the discerning English drinker. Well that’s the aim, have they achieved it? Read More

Grannies that Pop
4 years ago

Grannies that Pop

Cheeky Grog Co are at it again, this time they have gone a little bit classy with a champagne style cider. Grannies That Pop is a cheeky look at the most sophisticated cider category. Read More

Small Acres Cats Pyjamas 2015
5 years ago

Small Acres Cats Pyjamas 2015

A couple of years ago I reviewed the Small Acres Cats Pyjamas 2011 vintage. 2 years later the central New South Wales cider house has released the 2015 version. So how does it compare to it’s older sibling?  Read More