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Oyster River Winegrowers: Hoboken Station Cider

THE WINE

HARD FACTS

WINE NAME:
Hoboken Station Cider
PRODUCER:
Oyster River Winegrowers
VINTAGE:
2014
APPELLATION:
Maine/New Hampshire
APPLE VARIETIES:
Golden Russet, Dabinett, Esopus Spitzenburg, Blushing Granny, Golden Delicious, Ida Red, and Calville Blanc d’Hiver
FERMENTATION:
Stainless Steel
YEASTS:
Native
MACERATION:
None
MALOLACTIC:
Probably a little
AGED IN:
Stainless Steel
AGED FOR:
8 months
CLARIFICATION/FILTRATION:
No Filtration
ALCOHOL CONTENT:
7.5% alc/vol
TOTAL PRODUCTION:
200 Cases
ALTITUDE:
N/A
SOIL:
N/A
YEAR PLANTED:
1970
DENSITY:
20 ft. x 20 ft.
YIELD:
N/A

THIS WINE’S STORY

Hoboken Station was the name for the trolley stop that was on Brian’s property in the early 1900s that took people into town. Label is designed by a local artist named Andy White to depict that scene.

Brian searched very hard to find a good blend of apples more specifically used for fermented cider until his orchards start producing.

No Sulfites Added. Dry, and lightly sparkling from a secondary fermentation in the bottle.

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