Don't miss a new post! I liked how it was flavorful but not overly sweet. I previously tried this pre-blog, plus I’ve had most of Woodchuck’s line-up (see here). Most Similar to:  Not much. Notes of syrupy pear, pineapple, spicy ginger, and a hint of citrus. Have you tried Woodchuck Pearsecco? I know what want to say first about how the Straw and Oak tastes: tannins ahoy! >>This is a review of a sample can provided to Cider Says by Woodchuck. Low carbonation. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. Unfortunately this variety isn’t sold in Washington in bottles, but can be found in Oregon, or sometimes on draft here. Cidery:  Woodchuck This was my favorite Cellar Series of Sour Cherry, Mint, and Chocolate (I never tried Smoked Apple, Dry Hop, or Ginger). Cidery:  Woodchuck The scent notes continued into the flavor. The cider is almost brutally refreshing—partly due to a pleasant and complex finish that comes a full second after each swallow. Cidery:  Woodchuck Low to moderate flavor intensity. The company has been around since 2014. Tasting Notes:  Semi-sweet. Availability:  Wide release, Nov-Feb.  Winter Chill, one of their three current seasonal ciders, is also sold during that same time of year. Cidery:  Woodchuck You are responsible to pay any applicable tariff and sales tax upon receipt. Though it’s not a cider review, I cannot forget to talk about Cider WeekNew York City! My Opinion:  I liked it. Low barrel influence. High acidity. You’re currently using an outdated version of Internet Explorer, update your browser now for greater speed, security, and the best experience on this website. Medium bodied. Be the first to review this product . Low apple flavor. Low carbonation. Have you tried Woodchuck Belgian White? Cider Description:  Sugar and spice and everything…well, lots of spice. Cider Description:  Crafted with a classic Belgian beer yeast, cloudy with a rich, golden huge, it presents a delicate aroma and taste, with coriander and orange notes. Moderate finish with lingering ginger. B+, Woodchuck Bubbly Rose Blush Hard Cider – A red apple cider with lots of fruit, this is a classic — and much sweeter — expression of fizzy, boozy applesauce. I also get notes of minerals in that dusty stony way. Update:  Not long after this review, I picked up a six pack of this cider, as I enjoyed it so much. Moderate apple flavor. Low to moderate flavor intensity and complexity. ABV:  5.0% Price:  n/a (retails for $10.99) Light foam but almost no carbonation. This will taste either like a semi-sweet or sweet cider depending on who tastes it. Crisp and refreshing, Semi-Dry uses bittersweet apples to deliver a cider that is not too sweet and leaves you thirsty for another. The oak comes across like twigs and tea; it’s lightly oaked but still woody. A hint of tannins. High sessionability. What did you think? Woodchuck: Bubbly Pearsecco and Rosé Oct 29, 2018 Cider Review Ramsay Kamal & Julia Martin February 19, 2019 American cider , New England cider , Vermont cider , Woodchuck Comment Vermont Cider Company crafts a variety of ciders for a variety of consumers. The Pearsecco offers up light fresh pear and apple flavors. Not bad. Shipments include insurance up to $100. Longer finish with the spice presentation I described. Moderate acidity. Have you tried Woodchuck Raspberry? Sorry for the horrible photo, but we had a crowded bar seat. Its definitely an easy drinking cider, especially at only 4%. Review of Woodchuck Barrel Select, one of their three current Private Reserve ciders (along with Pink and Pumpkin). And for my cider review of the week, I’m excited to finally crack open my bottle of Sandford Orchards’ Straw & Oak. Low to moderate acidity. Notes of red grape and green apple, with hints of lemon, pineapple, and red wine. How Found:  it showed up. The alcohol is well hidden. Vermont Cider Company reinvigorated American hard cider in 1991, with the launch of Woodchuck, and stays focused on the category today through our commitment to crafting innovative and refreshing hard ciders. Cidery:  Woodchuck This cider is a digression from their primarily sweeter lineup, likely in response to consumers requesting a drier cider. Ingredients:  Hard cider. The first notes are overripe apples and red grape skins. Required fields are marked *. Opinion:  Sweet. Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. Cidery Location:  Middlebury VT Aromas: hibiscus, minerals, berries, dust. Review of Woodchuck’s newest (8th) Out on a Limb release, June and Juice. I didn’t care for this at all, due to the sourness. It just smells so good, like sun on dried grass. Woodchuck is excited to introduce Bubbly Rosé and Bubbly Pearsecco ciders.” Woodchuck is framing these ciders in reference to popular wine styles. Have you tried Woodchuck Barrel Select? It was created after a positive response to their Sour Cherry (Cellar series) and Cheeky Cherry (Out on a Limb series) cherry ciders, with a barrel aged twist. Rich, bold, and full flavored. As cool as using the ‘802’ area code is, I could see it being confusing. Review of Woodchuck Rosé. It was Out on a Limb of a juniper tree that we found this new concoction. Availability:  Wide release, but only for the next couple months (Out on a Limb rotates varieties). Style:  American commercial bourbon barrel aged cider. Opinion:  Semi-sweet to sweet. Have you tried Woodchuck Private Reserve Barrel Aged Cherry? Low complexity. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.