Envie de Brut cider Val de Rance
This complex blend of sweet, bitter sweet and bitter apple cider apples gives strong aromas of fresh fruits and ripe fruits, as well as a woody vegetal note. On the palate, it offers a broad, frank and fresh attack, with a touch of astringency and sweet bitterness.
About Val de Rance Cooperative producer for Envie de Brut cider
Cider Brut comes from The Rance Valley: favorite region for cider apples
First, since their creation in 1953, the cooperative “Les Celliers Associés” has been based in Pleudihen-sur-Rance in the Côtes d’Armor. More preciselely the coorperative is on a site bordering the estuary of the Rance, a coastal river with lush banks.
Then, benefiting from special conditions, the Rance valley has always been a region conducive to the cultivation of cider apple trees. Thus producing fruits rich in sugar and aromatic.
Along the Rance Valley and around Dinan, the pommage has many sweet and bitter varieties (Jeanne Renard, Chevalier Jaune, Marie Menard, etc.) and a few sour varieties.
Finally, typical apples give Val de Rance a cider with a beautiful orange color. They also bring fruity notes of ripe apples and a slight bitterness punctuated by a hint of astringency.