Montague starts selling alcoholic cider
Australian fruit producer, Montague, has ventured into alcoholic cider.
The ‘Montague Cider House’ drink is made using Montague Jazz apples. It has been created in conjunction with Yarra Valley cider makers – the Kelly Family, and Wesfarmers.
Montague says the cider has strong apple aromas, citrus, stonefruit and faint clove spice notes.
“Montague Cider House allows for a balanced fresh apple palate that is clean and bright, just in time for the warmer months,” Montague said.
The Montague Cider House range is available through Wesfarmers liquor stores; Liquorland, Vintage Cellars and First Choice Liquor.
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