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Cider: The Other White Wine

Cider: The Other White Wine
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One of the upsides to our recent trip to Montreal was the chance to stock up on some excellent Quebecois hard ciders. I say “hard cider” here because we’re talking about the alcoholic product, not pressed apple juice. It drives cider-makers crazy that people use the same word for both products, pointing out that we don’t call grape juice “wine,” and that cider really should just refer to fermented apple juice.

In any case, we’ve sipped our way through a couple of bottles and the drinking has been very good. One favorite: this “Ros

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