Sipping on Cider with Wölffer

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So you all know by now that I love finding yummy food + drinks to share with you, and I’m a bit Rosé obsessed.  I was so excited to try Wölffer’s new Rosé cider! Trust me– it did not disappoint.

I’ve posted about Wölffer wine before because I really like how it sources local fruit to make its tasty drinks.  Ciders are supposed to be refreshing and served chilled, so I love drinking them on a hot day or while I’m relaxing outside. Wölffer’s Rosé and White Ciders are both very refreshing and tasty. I was imagining myself at a picnic on the beach while drinking them.

Sipping on Cider with Wölffer

Both of the ciders are made from apples grown in Bridgehampton, NY.  The blend of apples was chosen so that each variety could contribute its distinctive character.  These ciders are fresh, bright and balanced– great for people who are new to cider or don’t normally drink it.

The Dry White Cider is clear with a light yellow tint and has flavors or crisp apples with hints of honeysuckle.  I hate when drinks are too sugary, and this was a happy medium between wine and really sweet wine coolers.

Sipping on Cider with Wölffer

Sipping on Cider with Wölffer
Next, the Dry Rosé Cider is clear with a light pink tint and has hints of honeysuckle and a bit of strawberry. I am a huge strawberry fan (and rosé) so you know that I just absolutely loved it!

Sipping on Cider with Wölffer

Wölffer’s ciders are great for so many occassions.. think hostess gifts, GALentine’s gatherings, or on-the-go refreshing drinks! Personally, I can’t wait to get my girls together and give everyone a cute bottle of this rosé cider for Valentine’s Day 🙂

Sipping on Cider with Wölffer

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Xx,

Lauren



This post is in collaboration with Wölffer. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 🙂 

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  • Stephanie Whitman
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    These sound so yummy! I used to love ciders, before finding out I was allergic to apples haha! If only there were more options – I always get excited when I see a pear cider somewhere as an alternative!

    Stephanie // SheSawStyle.com

  • Danielle
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    Growing up out in Montauk and frequently visiting Wölffer Vineyards, I can't believe I have yet to try this cider!! Love all of the different options there are to!

    xx, Danielle | Pineapple & Prosecco

  • Brittany Garcia
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    These look amazing! I am always looking for new drink brands to try… thanks for sharing 🙂

    Brittany 🙂
    http://www.kingdomofsequins.com

  • Bryanna Bach
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    These look so amazing, and such the perfect drink for a Galantines Night! i'm obsessed with everything cider, so I'm going to be keeping my eyes peeled for these guys. Thanks so much for introducing me to Wölffer!!

    xoxo Bryanna | Coming in Clutch

  • Jordan Laurelle
    Reply

    The packaging on these is so pretty!! And they sound delicious! I also love Rose and I tend to like a good cider, so this combo must have been amazing!!
    -Laurelle
    http://www.bellebylaurelle.com

  • thomasfalkenstedt.com
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    I've been sitting here thinking what the equivalent to a Galentine is and reccon it would be either Guylentine or why not even Gaylentine, haha. I'd definitely go for the dry one as I can't deal with sweet ciders (or wines), but it does sound tasty indeed! 🙂
    xoxo
    Thomas

    http://thomasfalkenstedt.com

  • T Dot T
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  • T Dot T
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    Ah i love trying new drinks! I too hate it when drinks are too sugary! they give me a heartburn :(! this sounds like my type of beverage though!

    Love the post!
    Huyen

    http://www.huyentxo.com

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