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Cyder versus Wine: Everyone’s a winner

Posted on 13th May 2014 in Events

It’s a tough job to compete with the long-established art of selecting a wine that works perfectly with a meal. Wine lists so often come with tasting notes mentioning exotic fruits, spice, oak and tanins, and there is something to suit every palate. But we believe that good quality cyder has the depth and versatility to take on wine, to go round-for-round (or course-for-course), and most importantly to make people think differently about choosing what to drink with their food.
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The story of Aspall & the stag

Posted on 12th May 2014 in Events

I'll admit; I was somewhat hesitant when I was asked to conduct a tasting for a stag party. I had visions of a group of rowdy blokes with the poor groom being hand-cuffed to the nearest lamppost.
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A hive of activity

Posted on 6th May 2014 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Cyder House

It’s a magical time of year to walk through our orchards. While we admire the spectacular blossom on the trees, we’ve been thinking about the bees and other insects which help to pollinate our trees, enabling the transformation takes place.
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Pork and Cyder – a perfect match

Posted on 6th May 2014 in Events

Food pairing is a really hot topic at the moment. And it’s definitely not all about wine. Finding a great match, whether it’s with wine, cyder or beer can help to get the most out of the flavour of both your food and drink. It is really where quality and depth of flavour shine through.
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Sustainable Pub of the Year

Posted on 2nd May 2014 in Events

We were delighted to sponsor the Pub of the Year prize at this year’s Sustainable Restaurant Associations Awards.
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Beautiful blossom

Posted on 28th Apr 2014 in Cyder House

After months of bare branches, the orchards here at Aspall are bursting into life. It’s amazing how quickly the spectacular transformation takes place and fills the orchards with beautiful pink and white blooms.
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