What is Ice Cider?

Ice Cider was developed in Quebec, Canada in the early 1990s and is an ice-wine made using apples instead of grapes. In 2005 a denomination of quality was established in Quebec. The denomination states that the apple juice used to make Ice Cider should be concentrated with the help of natural cold.

Ice Cider and gastronomy

Our Ice Cider is very recognizable as a classic dessert wine but also sets itself apart from many other sweet wines by its pronounced freshness. It accompanies classic desserts and glows together with cheeses like Comté. Ice Cider easily works as an aperitif but the acidity and freshness opens up to new and exciting combinations with savory foods.

The vision of a northern terroir

With the creation of an entirely new ice cider tradition comes the vision of creating a renewed apple tradition of high quality apples grown specifically for ice cider in northern Sweden. This is a unique proposition since there have been no orchards in commercial operation in the north for decades (perhaps up to a century) and we have the opportunity and the responsibility to shape a new apple and ice cider culture.