The history of ice wine goes back to the first century AD, but ice cider is a brand new – and remarkably delicious — phenomenon, born in the mid-1990’s right here in the region between northern Vermont and the townships of Quebec, Canada. At present, there are only about 50 producers of ice cider in the world, but the secret of this exciting and flavorful new product is getting out. We use only Vermont grown Northern Spy, Macintosh, and Empire apples to create a truly extraordinary drinking experience. Aged in French oak barrels (it takes over 400 gallons of cider to produce just one barrel of our Vermont Ice Cider), the final product is a sweet, but complex combination concentrated apple flavors and light, toasted oak that goes perfectly with any number of desserts also, it’s a real treat just on its own.
Vermont Ice Cider is barrel aged with balanced acidity, hints of oak and concentrated apple flavors.
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