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Unfiltered cider

Ciders on the rise

Ever heard about Origine Québec unfiltered ciders, also called cloudy ciders? If you like natural wines, there’s a good chance you’ll like these ciders too. Just like natural wines, unfiltered ciders adopt a back-to-basics approach to fully let the raw material express its true nature, and they’re gaining in popularity. Explore our selection of unfiltered ciders now, they’re perfect as host or hostess gifts and for your holiday brunches.

  1. 2022 NEW PRODUCT

    "Fruity and floral, this cider opens on scents of ripe apple. This is followed by a tropical olfactory festival consisting of pineapple, mango and starfruit. Then, when the cider opens up, you’ll discover a delicate bouquet of lilies of the valley and fragrant rose, the freshness of cucumber and lime zest. Very expressive in the mouth, apple, pineapple and lily of the valley predominate and invite to take another sip. Dry and moderately acidic, this cider is versatile and can be enjoyed on its own or with fresh and spicy dishes such as guacamole, shrimp aguachile or a traditional lobster roll."
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    Origine Québec
  2. 2022 NEW PRODUCT

    "It was natural for us to incorporate oak barrels  into our arsenal of fermentation tanks. The Déchainé is a blend from our best vats and barrels, carefully selected, then refermented in the bottle for a generous foaming. Of great complexity, the Déchainé is distinguished by its balance, with just enough funk to surprise you. With a beautiful straw colour, its fine bubbles transmit aromas of lemon, flowers and vanilla. On the palate, a frank acidity gives way to herbal notes associated with spring undergrowth."
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    Origine Québec
  3. "What’s great about Le Sauvage is that it continues to evolve in the bottle over time! In its youth, it will refresh you for sure with its lively acidity and lemony aspect. After a few months of aging, your palate will be surprised by its farmer side reminiscent of freshly cut hay, field strawberry and a hint of animal notes. Its acidity will also decrease over time. On the palate, it impresses with its ample texture, supple tannins and its dry, persistent finish. Complex ciders such as this one will be great on your table! Cheese fondue, oysters and shellfish, barbecued pork loin, fish tacos, name it!"
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    Origine Québec
  4. Made from Cortland apples dehydrated outside until winter, combined with McIntosh macerated with their skins, this cider is made with no added sulphites and is naturally gluten-free. Its crisp apple and melon flavours along with its strong acidity make it a great partner for seared scallops or pineapple chicken.
    Natural
    Origine Québec
  5. This Norman-inspired cider is made from Quebec ancestral apple varieties. Fermentation is spontaneous with natural yeast, without the addition of sulphite or sugar, and has not undergone any filtration. A refreshing, straightforward, easy-to-digest natural cider that will go well with a ham and cheese crêpe or a cheese fondue.
    Origine Québec
  6. "Frank taste of fresh and acidic apple on the palate, which ends with a sour and refreshing taste. Unlike a filtered cider, this one really keeps all the apple aromas, the effect of the yeasts that consumed the sugars. The bright acidity will make you salivate and has great potential to cut into fatty dishes! Perfect as an aperitif. Dare to pair it with poutine for guaranteed success. It will also be great with an arugula salad with seasonal vegetables, hot goat cheese tartine, fajitas, fish and chips with a dash of lime or a ramen soup."
    Excerpt from the producer's website
    Origine Québec
  7. Inspired by Breton ciders, this one is made from wild apples harvested around the village of Hemmingford. Fermented in-bottle with indigenous yeasts, this pet-nat offers beautiful smoky and undergrowth notes, all complemented by citrus and peach. Released in suspension, the lees will bring roundness, density and contribute to the tannic and bitter side. An authentic product to discover while eating a croque-monsieur, a raclette or a tartiflette.
    Natural
    Origine Québec
  8. This cider, a limited edition inspired by the orange wine method, is born from a blend of five apple varieties. Skin maceration brings texture, colour and passion to this very seductive “Pet Nat”. Balanced by a beautiful astringency, it is expressed through accents of breadcrumbs and red berries. Enjoy with sushi, Indian, Moroccan or Mexican dishes.
    Origine Québec
  9. "Very light and refreshing, the McIntosh provides abundant flavours of fresh apple with floral notes.  This cider has very little residual sugar, so the finish is drier but still very well balanced. The bubbles lend this cider a festive aspect! To be enjoyed as is as an aperitif on a hot summer day or with friends in front of the fireplace in winter. Pair it with seafood appetizers, Asian dishes or cheese."
    Excerpt from the producer's website
    Origine Québec
  10. "The Geneva apple brings to this cider acidity and tannins that provide freshness and astringency. The red fruit profile of the Geneva is featured here, with the apple and floral character being more discreet. This cider has very little residual sugar, so the finish is drier but still very well balanced. The bubbles lend this cider a festive aspect! To be enjoyed as an aperitif, with various seafood appetizers Asian dishes or cheese."
    Excerpt from the producer's website
    Origine Québec
  11. After the spontaneous fermentation of the cider, the grape marc from Le Chat Botté vineyard, made from 100% hybrid grape varieties, is added to the vat for two weeks of maceration. These solid parts are then extracted from the tank and the cider rests on its lees for a few weeks before bottling. The result is a cider with a festive bubble, pleasantly aromatic (red fruits and candy) and medium-bodied. Something funky and frizzy wine lovers will enjoy!
    Natural
    Origine Québec
  12. After the spontaneous fermentation of the cider, the marc of the Chardonnay grape variety from Vignoble Camy is added to the tank for two weeks of maceration. These solid parts are then extracted from the tank and the cider rests on its lees for a few weeks before bottling. The result is a cider with a festive bubble, pleasantly aromatic (ripe apple and honey) and medium bodied. Ideal for natural Chardo lovers!
    Natural
    Origine Québec
  13. After the spontaneous fermentation of the cider, the marc of the Marquette grape variety from Les Bacchantes vineyard is added to the vat for two weeks of maceration. These solid parts are then extracted from the tank and the cider rests on its lees for a few weeks before bottling. The result is a cider with a festive bubble, pleasantly aromatic (wild fruits) and medium-bodied. For lovers of farm ciders!
    Natural
    Origine Québec