Dabinett is the most popular cider apple in Britain, and for good reason. It grows well, crops reliably and produces a cider with more character than most apples. A late season bittersweet, full of orange twang, bold grippy texture, and so, so juicy. This cider was fermented in an American oak cask for six months, amplifying the Dabinett's usual vanilla aroma even further, and enhancing the long, deep finish of bittersweet cider.
Ross on Wye - Dabinett SV (oak cask)