Brooklyn Cider House Wild Rose Cider
Brooklyn Cider House uses one simple ingredient to make their ciders – apples. So the structure, aromas, mouth feel, and any residual sugar are definitively tied to the quality of their apples. This is why their work begins on their farm. All of their ciders are made from freshly harvested apples, fermented in stainless steel tanks, and aged between two to eighteen months. They encourage wild yeast and microbes to leave their regional mark on all but one of their ciders, often with a boost from white wine yeast. They make their ciders with minimal intervention and strive for balance, depth of structure, and a lively acidity that begs to be paired with food.
Wild Rosé Hard Cider is a wild fermented rose. Heirloom American and bitter cider apples are fermented and aged 12 months on the lees and blended with a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon.