2017 Disgorgement.

I've been quite attracted to Quebec Ciders.  They're delicately balanced much like the great lighter grape based sparklers you find from France and Italy (think sparkling moscato).  8.5% alcohol, a lovely and freshing note of apples (surprise!?) but what carries this  is the lovely granny apple tartness that carries the bubbles to a lovely jolly rancher finish.  Refreshing, yet complex, something that I'd absolutely require in the sparkling moscatos i drink from italy, this quebecian cidre has more finesse, better balance and less of a sugar hangover for those who may suffer from too much sugar in their diet.

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What are your top moscatos, g-man? I liked Sori Gramella from Italy and felt nothing else came close. Then from Australia, different but excellent Two Hands Brilliant Disguise.

As for cider, I tried a few Spanish ones when they were passed off as something you may like if you enjoy sour beer but they tasted too much like Mott's or apple cider vinegar to me. I just realized the moscatos I don't care for did have an apple juice taste.

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