Apple varieties used for Harvest blush are Katy (dessert) and James Grieve (dessert), which are usually in harvest early - late August. Harvest Blush is fermented slowly on its natural yeasts for up to six months, and then they add their soft fruit juice to create a light blush and adding fruitiness of the berries, yet importantly retaining the style of the cider. Viking's bottling condition allows them to create a light natural sparkling cider, which is a good alternative to a sparkling wine.
Food Pairing: Versatile, this cider will compliment most food from starters to dessert! Try with seafood / shellfish, also good with pork loin and roast chicken. Harvest Blush is excellent with fresh strawberries and raspberries, and fruit pavlova.
Cider Makers Note:
Served chilled at 6-8oC, and it can be served as an aperitif, like a good Prosecco but lower in alcohol, which is an excellent choice for receptions/weddings and parties.
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