Harrison was the celebrated cider apple in the North during the late 18th and 19th Century. Noted pomologist William Coxe wrote in 1817 of its “high coloured, rich, and sweet cider of great strength, commanding a high price in New York, frequently ten dol
The most celebrated Southern cider apple, the Hewe’s Crab was first recorded in 1741 and became a favorite of our founding fathers, including Washington and Jefferson.Though cultivated for nearly two hundred years for fine cider, the Hewe’s Crab was lost
Aromatics jump out with bright lemon, wisteria blossom, and sweet grass. On the palate, juicy with citrus flavors of tangerine, lemongrass, grapefruit, and a pinch of herbaceousness. The finish is crisp with a touch of Meyer Lemon.
Brilliant rose color. Sweet bouquet of red roses, rhubarb, red currant, ripe strawberry with a touch of earth. The palate is dry with flavors of red fruits, apple, lime zest, orange peel. Structurally it has medium plus acidity with a faintness of tannins