Delight for us from the British Cider Championships… “Alex Hill, of Bollhayes Cider at Cullompton in Devon carried off both the Rupert Best Trophy for the Champion British Cider and the Pewterers’ Trophy for the Champion British Farmhouse cider, for his Farmhouse Dry.  It is the first time that a single cider has scooped both the top awards in what is Britain’s biggest and most prestigious cider competition.”

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“A very fine cider” Oz Clarke (BBC TV Food Programme)
Made in exactly the same way as the classic sparkling wines, Bollhayes Bottle Fermented Cider is pale amber in colour with a profusion of bubbles, and an eloquent flavour; bone-dry apples with all the complexity of bottle aging.
An excellent, interesting and lower alcohol alternative to sparkling wines.