Medium dry, orchard blend perry, which shows the diversity of the very special 110 year old orchard at Perry House Farm in Chew Stoke. Co-fermented in stainless steel and racked once before bottling. Still (a slight prickle of bubbles) and medium dry, it’s ideally suited to drinking with savoury, umami rich foods where the slight sweetness balances beautifully, also great with oysters! Varieties are: Blakeney Red, Holmer, Hellens Green, White Longdon, Taynton Squash, Oldfield, Pine, Pint, Moorcroft, New Meadow, Claret, Barnett and Yellow Huffcap.
Wilding Cider are orchard cider makers and are based in Chew Magna, North Somerset. They mostly grow Somerset cider apple varieties, in traditional orchards, managing them in a careful organic way. Fruit is picked from the ground, letting the fruit mature and fully ripen before pressing, and then fermented gently and slowly with wild yeasts, no sulphites and plenty of time. To see our interview with Beccy and Sam from Wilding click here to see our blog.