Baladin Sidro

Style: Italian/French Cidre
Selezione Baladin Srl, Piozzo,

Baladin’s history is characterized by the constant search for taste in all its shapes and forms, even if they don’t belong to the brewing tradition. One example? Our cider!

A drink linked to the earth, to tradition and the quintessential biblical fruit, the fruit of sin…

A combination between the French-Belgian tradition and the typical apple juice of Piedmont, Baladin cider is the product of the spontaneous fermentation of apples. Fresh and genuine, its color is clear and with a fine perlage. It smells of flowers and spring meadows, and leaves a delicate and persistent taste. Excellent as an aperitif, ideal for informal meetings and romantic dates.

The apples used are sweet varieties and sour in the same time. They are like “renetta” apple, cultivated in Piedmont and in Savoy. “Savoie” is in France, close to the Alps and half an hour drive from Turin. Savoy is the homeland of the ancient king of Piedmont-Sardinia. Baladin cider is made with an apple variety dating back to the “Dukes of Savoy and King of Piedmont ages.

Sidro Baladin is great as an aperitif. Thanks to its intense taste, it is ideal for informal meetings, or even for a date. The chef recommends flavorsome cheese to go with it. However, it also stands out in surprising and unexpected combinations with particularly spicy food or blue cheese, muscles and some fish, such as salt cod.

Baladin Sidro
Alc./Vol.: 5.0

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