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Avrolles & Petit Jaune Cidre
Cidre Bouche Brut E. Dupont
Cidre Reserve E. Dupont
Cidre de Givre
Domaine Dupont Aigre Doux
Dupont Cydon
E. Dupont Cuvee Colette
E. Dupont Jus de Pomme Petillant, non-alcoholic
E. Dupont Pome
E. Dupont Pommeau
E.Dupont Cidre Tripel
E.Dupont's Esprit de Pomme
Melange de Normandie
Organic Cidre Etienne Dupont
Domaine Familial Etienne Dupont
Type: Cider & Perry
Website: http://www.calvados-dupont.com/

Not your granny's apple cider: Craft varieties make a comeback

Bites on Today

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"Confession: During my freshman year of college, I fell for Woodchuck’s hard cider. It was syrupy sweet, sublimely fizzy and always available (even when I couldn’t buy it myself). But it was a short-lived love affair. By sophomore year my taste-buds had matured and it was time to move on. It’s not you, it’s me, I said to my green bottle of grown-up apple juice one night.
It wasn’t until a few years later, dining with my parents at a restaurant only they could afford, that I discovered just how wrong I was. One sip of a Dupont apple cider and I knew. What I wanted had been there all along — a subtly sweet, dry-like-my-favorite-white-wine cider with enough complexity to keep me coming back for more. I just hadn't known where to look..."

Danika Fears, Today, NBC


Fortified Wines

Los Angeles Times Magazine

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"When it comes to grouping wine into flights—wines consumed in a particular order—Maxwell Leer, the former wine director of the Bazaar by José Andrés, is like an explorer eager to take an expeditionary force on a journey of discovery. Here, he has assembled a flight of five fortified wines..."

LA Times Magazine


A Cider a Day Enlivens Autumn

New York Times

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"YOU might say I’ve developed a good case of cider-for-brains. That can happen this time of year, when the scent of a roaring fire and the sound of leaves crunching underfoot prompts a Pavlovian desire for all manifestations of the apple.
"Perhaps I’m overplaying the seasonal card here. The truth is, cider is a wonderful, overlooked beverage pretty much year round. The apple harvest is an autumn phenomenon, but cider — hard cider, as apple juice fermented into an alcoholic beverage is often called in the United States — is available any season. A piercingly pure, dry cider can be a beautifully refreshing summer treat..."

Eric Asimov


Picture: Dupont apples
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