Ciders of Spain

Ken from Ciders of Spain is back pouring some of our favorite ciders: and they're all natural and Spanish! Does it get any better than sipping cider while watching football? Munch on a hunk of Urgelia, a Spanish cow's milk cheese, or Cabrales, a Spanish cow's milk blue cheese, while you sip and you have yourself a perfect Sunday picnic. 

Viuda de Angelon Sidra de Pera ($14.50/4pk) - A sparkling off-dry perry (pear cider). In past centuries in Asturias, an ancient source of excellent cider, they pressed apples or pears. Viuda de Angelon has revived the lost tradition of pear cider to produce this longed-for nectar once again, using only estate grown pears and no added sugar.

Sidra Brut Viuda de Angelon ($17) - A sparkling dry cider which preserves the original earthy flavor of traditional sidra. This bubbly is the tops!

Diamantes de Hielo ($24) - A sweet, ice cider. Frozen apples are freshly pressed and the juice is gradually drip-thawed to concentrate sugar and flavor intensity. It is then fermented and aged to a sweet and spirituous sipping wine.