The ORIGINAL

From CALEDONIA, Prince Edward Island

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AUTHENTIC.

The Double Hill Cidery is located in the hills of Caledonia, Prince Edward Island. The Farm was first settled by the MacDonald family and named Double Hill for its ravine that dissects the land into two hills. We are now growing cider apples on both sides of the ravine. In 1993, Double Hill Farm was purchased by the Manago family. Enchanted by the lay of the land, we first started planting apple trees to enhance the old hedgerows. Then, we started planting cider apples.

AUTHENTIC.

The Double Hill Cidery is located in the hills of Caledonia, Prince Edward Island. The Farm was first settled by the MacDonald family and named Double Hill for its ravine that dissects the land into two hills. We are now growing cider apples on both sides of the ravine. In 1993, Double Hill Farm was purchased by the Manago family. Enchanted by the lay of the land, we first started planting apple trees to enhance the old hedgerows. Then, we started planting cider apples.

TERROIR

Terroir is a French term used to describe the environmental and human factors that affect a crop and therefore its final product. It is how genetic properties of the fruit interact with climate, soil and farming practices to give the final product a unique local character.

PATIENCE

We believe that good things come when they are done slowly. From pressing, to fermentation to resting, our ciders take time; usually 6 months between picking and bottling.

COMMUNITY

From the owners of the apple trees we pick to the customers who buy our cider, we are a community who value each others contribution. We believe in the value of these connections and the spirit of appreciation they create.

our values

TERROIR

Terroir is a French term used to describe the environmental and human factors that affect a crop and therefore its final product. It is how genetic properties of the fruit interact with climate, soil and farming practices to give the final product a unique local character.

PATIENCE

We believe that good things come when they are done slowly. From pressing, to fermentation to resting, our ciders take time; usually 6 months between picking and bottling.

COMMUNITY

From the owners of the apple trees we pick to the customers who buy our cider, we are a community who value each others contribution. We believe in the value of these connections and the spirit of appreciation they create.

NATURAL.

Nature dictates how ciders turn out. Just like in wine, the way the apple is grown has an impact on how the cider performs during fermentation, aging and long after it has been bottled. Once the apple is mature and harvested, a large percentage of the quality of cider has been determined. We develop good relationships with our growers to ensure we get the quality apples we need for our ciders.

 

NATURAL.

Nature dictates how ciders turn out. Just like in wine, the way the apple is grown has an impact on how the cider performs during fermentation, aging and long after it has been bottled. Once the apple is mature and harvested, a large percentage of the quality of cider has been determined. We develop good relationships with our growers to ensure we get the quality apples we need for our ciders.

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