It was Fernand Fréminet, Frédérick Goussin's grandfather, who was a pork butcher and cider-maker in the Pays d'Othe, who introduced his grandson to cider-making.
It was a revelation for him. From an early age, he accompanied his grandfather to the orchards, picking apples and learning about the cider-making process.
It's from a small farm of tall, untreated apple trees, whose apples are picked by hand, that the different cuvées of cider and apple juice are produced. An invitation to taste and discover... "Héritage 1900" is a tribute to the grandfather who passed on his knowledge to his grandson...
All ciders are disgorged on the fly and corked with a muzzle. These artisanal methods, all carried out by hand, lend a certain prestige to the product and give it a rustic, powerful, complex character, rooted in the land.
By appointment 06 06 89 67 85
Opening from 01 January 2024 to 31 December 2024
Prices not available.
- Pets welcome