Cidre Comte de Lauriston

Style: Cidre
Domaine Christian Drouin, Coudray-Rabut, France

Domfront cider tends to be more floral and fruity than that from Pays d'Auge although it is somewhat less complex.

Production:
Apple harvest is between September and December. As the apples arrive at the production facility in Val d Vire, they are funnelled to a cleaning station. After being crushed, the apples go through a 45 minute maceration in which they pickup color from oxidation. Then they are pressed in a traditional hydraulic batch press. The cider is then racked into temperature controlled tanks where it sits at 38F for storage and slow fermentation. Prior to bottling the cider moves to tanks set at 48F for a secondary fermentation

Cidre Comte de Lauriston
Alc./Vol.: 4.5


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