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Ciders that turned wine writers’ heads

Apple and pear ciders demonstrate at a New  York tasting that they are earning a place at the dining table By Alan J. Wax When members of the Wine Media Guild of New York convened recently in the private dining room … Continue reading

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Hard cider generates a buzz at LI fest

Cider, cider everywhere and every drop to drink. For cider aficionados and a host of newbies among the 2,000 participants at the 2nd annual Pour the Core cider festival on Oct. 9 at Peconic Bay Winery on Long Island’s North … Continue reading

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An English cider hobbyist turned pro, wins medals and now exports his wares

Award-winning Hogan’s Ciders, now available in the U.S., are produced in a small town in England’s West Midlands. They are the product of cider maker Allen Hogan, who produced homemade ciders for 25 years before turning pro. After 17 years … Continue reading

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