Esquire Raves About HV Ciders
Leslie Pariseau just wrote an fascinating article in Esquire magazine on cider. Among the recommended ciders were Warwick Valley and Slyboro.
Warwick Valley Ciders
"Funky and earthy in a forest floor sort of way, Doc's is one for those who think they know cider. Its weird lumberjack mossiness is a natural partner for washed rind cheeses and funky jamon. This one's for those who like dirty things, by which we mean truffles, mushrooms, and Rhone reds."
Slyboro Night Pasture
"This New York cider reminded tasters of oxidized wine from the Jura in the emerging style of natural wines. Lacking bubbles, but embracing quirk, Night Pasture is like the cute chick who secretly digs sci-fi novels. Best drunk on a warm, Indian-summer day."
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