Ben Carter of Benito’s Wine Reviews covers William Tell Ciders
The Cider Brothers are Michael and Paul Scotto, 5th generation members of a Lodi wine family. They’ve recently branched out into hard cider production.
Cider was for a long time America’s most popular alcoholic beverage, but lost favor with Prohibition and changing tastes after WWII. I was first exposed to it when it re-emerged as a curiosity in the 90s with brands like Woodchuck and a few British imports. Since then, the market has grown alongside the enthusiasm of the craft beer industry and there’s more interest in traditional small production ciders made from fresh apples rather than concentrated juice. The Cider Brothers use a combination of five apples.Read more at Benito's Wine Reviews