Join the Townsend crew Monday evening as they debut Romilly Cidre in Philadelphia! Get there before the kitchen closes at 10pm to enjoy some specially paired small plates!
The Romilly Farm is a thousand year old farm in Isigny-Sur-Mer, Normandy, France, close to Omaha Beach. They harvest apples from their own 90 acre farm. Each variety (Doux, Demi, Brut and Extra Brut) uses eight different Norman heritage apple varieties which are biodynamically grown. Only apples and champagne yeasts are used in the production. They are gluten-free. Production time post-harvest is about 5 months with additional bottle aging deepening flavors. Current distribution is for 2015 and 2016 vintages. There is no oak used in aging.”
“Vintaged cidres, crafted by the Renaud Family on the ancient Romilly Farm in
Normandy, France from 32 varieties of estate-grown apples and champagne
yeast. Elegant, lucious and complex. Distinct styles allow for cider fans to find
their perfect pairing. These are the gold standard of French ciders priced to
present exceptional value. No added sugar, no added water, years of aging and
heritage, funky apples.”
Romilly Demi-Sec (4.6%): Winner World Cider Championships, Winner US Cider
Open Championships, GLINTCAP Best in Class. Balanced apple and funk.
Romilly Brut (4.9%): Winner World Cider Championships with a record 95 rating.
GLINTCAP Best in Class. Complex, elegant funk.
Romilly Doux (Sweet) (4.9%): GLINTCAP Best in Class. Profound apple.
Romilly Extra Dry (6%): GLINTCAP Gold Medal, Winner World Cider
Acidic, complex, but applely.
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