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A fruit pét-nat of 65% Bramley apples with 35% Williams pears made in collaboration with Claus Meyer’s (co-founder of Noma) Vigmosegaard, from an orchard on the  tiny island Lilleø in Denmark’s south. A wonderfully perfumed cider that manages to balance the acidity and bite of the Bramleys with a soft sweetness and surprising depth.

Exclusively available in the UK from LOW.

Country
Denmark / Copenhagen
Colour
Cider
Grape
Cider
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2020

Decideret



Decideret was born in 2015 from the desire of three friends, Jakob, Cornelius and Martin, to produce additive-free, naturally-fermented ciders from the apples that fall in back gardens across Denmark in autumn and are usually ignored. To tackle this food waste they ask people to deliver the fruit to their Copenhagen facility in return for a bottle or two from the previous vintage and they've since grown to now work with a variety of fruit (apples, cherries, blackberries, pears) gathered from some of the very best growers in the country and produce some of the most vibrantly delicious, downright thrilling ciders we’ve ever had the good fortune to try.

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Who the fuck Pears ?
Who the fuck Pears ?

Who the fuck Pears ?, 2020
Decideret

£ 23.00
75cl
Cider
Sold out


A fruit pét-nat of 65% Bramley apples with 35% Williams pears made in collaboration with Claus Meyer’s (co-founder of Noma) Vigmosegaard, from an orchard on the  tiny island Lilleø in Denmark’s south. A wonderfully perfumed cider that manages to balance the acidity and bite of the Bramleys with a soft sweetness and surprising depth.

Exclusively available in the UK from LOW.

Country
Denmark / Copenhagen
Colour
Cider
Grape
Cider
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2020

Decideret



Decideret was born in 2015 from the desire of three friends, Jakob, Cornelius and Martin, to produce additive-free, naturally-fermented ciders from the apples that fall in back gardens across Denmark in autumn and are usually ignored. To tackle this food waste they ask people to deliver the fruit to their Copenhagen facility in return for a bottle or two from the previous vintage and they've since grown to now work with a variety of fruit (apples, cherries, blackberries, pears) gathered from some of the very best growers in the country and produce some of the most vibrantly delicious, downright thrilling ciders we’ve ever had the good fortune to try.

More wines by Decideret