When first opened this wine gives off a bit of a farmyard aroma. But don't let that detour you from allowing this wine to breath a bit in the glass. Although this wine is not for everybody, some feel that a farmyard aroma gives the wine authenticity. This can also be considered problematic.
On tasting there is a trace of acidity, light pear flavours mingled with fleshy apple and a slightly off dry finish.
This wine has a light straw colour and is packaged in 750 ML resealable bottle. It has 11% alcohol.
If you choose to try this style, I would recommend that you aerate the wine by decanting or other method before serving.
Pair with light foods such as soft cheeses, green or pasta salads.
Sometimes marketed as Honey Crisp, the Honeycrsip apple is a predominantly sweet, modern variety from the USA. It was developed by the University of Minnesota, specifically for growers in cold climates, and is one of the most cold-hardy of apple varieties. Its high sugar levels make it a good candidate for fermentation.