30 Best Ciders
BY FOOD & WINE
Often dismissed as a fruit-forward alternative to beer, cider has the capacity to stun those who dig past the yellow and fizzy mainstream sugar bombs. In process, cider is actually far more akin to wine: Much as fine wine is simply fermented grapes, traditional cider is made entirely from apple (or pear) juice—and when produced this way, the results can be equally complex. So where to start?
12 – ANXO Cidre Blanc
As the name implies, this cider is fermented with wine yeast, resulting in a drinkable, vinous cider that still offers complex flourishes of acidity and funk—a great rustic alternative to a bright white like Sauvignon Blanc. Plus it’s sold in cans, so travels better than many wines.
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