Spanish cider or "Sidra" is arguably one of the world's oldest continuously consumed beverages in northern Spain, going back more than 3000 years and pre-dating Roman Times. Wild yeast fermented and unfiltered, traditional Sidra is earthy, tart and sour with a pronounced vinegar tang the result of the natural malolactic fermentation it undergoes and being made from the sourest apples on the planet which grow in Northern Spain and no where else.
The high acidity of Spanish Sidra makes it the perfect foil to savory foods, from Rich cheese to BBQ to fried seafood. It's pronounced earthiness also makes it the perfect complement to raw oysters!
The Ciders of Spain portfolio contains a wide range of very white-wine like styles, including true Methode Champenoise, Charmat Method (similar to how Cava & Prosecco are produced), a La Loire Valley-esque beauty and even a dessert style offering similar to ice cider.
Come learn about some of the most storied and food friendly beverages of all-time, paired with exquisite foods chosen to showcase their unique and refreshing flavors.
baked brie and oysters
chorizo and brussel sprout salad
chicken piccata with rice and a side of cherry tomatoes
lemon panna cotta
2 people are attending Ciders of Spain with Carole Murko