Éric Bordelet NV 'Cormé' Cider, Normandy, France

Vino Carta

$ 45.00

Variety: Corme

Hailing from the ancient western French province of Maine, Corme was a drink enjoyed as early as the 15th century. The name comes from a gaelic term "curmi", which means fermented beverage. Like apple ciders and poire, corme was a fermented beverage consumed by the poor. Bordelet's idea, using eight varieties of this small seed fruit ranging in color from yellow to red to gray, was to recreate a drink with an authentic taste of a bygone era, with rich and unedited fruity flavors that are unknown to today's cider drinking population.

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