Calvados

Calvados is an apple brandy indigenous to the French region of Lower Normandy. Apples selected for distillation fall into over 200 specially-grown varieties. Several varieties may be used for one brand of Calvados, ranging from very sweet apples to tart and bitter. The fruit is harvested, usually by hand, from mid-October into December and pressed to make a juice which is subsequently fermented into a dry cider.

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£160.00 – bottle (70cl)
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1992 Calvados, Christian Drouin, Pays d'Auge (42%)
42.0% Alcohol
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£265.00 – bottle (70cl)
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1980 Famille Dupont, Calvados, Pays D'Auge (42%)
42.0% Alcohol
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£270.00 – bottle (70cl)
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1982 Calvados, Christian Drouin, Pays d'Auge (42%)
42.0% Alcohol
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