Honey Apple Wine – Fireclay Cellars

Our wine tonight is the Honey Apple Wine from Fireclay Cellars in Siler City (Raleigh area), North Carolina.

Honey? Apple? Wine?

Mead is fermented of honey, often referred to as Honey Wine.

Cider is fermented of apple juice.

A Cyser is a fermented blend of Honey and Apple juice.

Metheglins are spiced ciders.

This complex wine is produced from a blend of honey and North Carolina apple juice, and spiced with cinnamon and cloves.

Vintage 2017.

Beautifully light amber in color.

Nose expressive of honey and cloves.

On the tongue prevalent of honey, mid palate notes of cinnamon and other spices, with a crisp apple finish.

13% ABV.

$18 a bottle.

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