The Northwest Cider Club brings you into the heart of the craft cider movement—sharing the creativity and passion of more than 100 independent cidermakers across the Pacific Northwest.

This limited-release club box is themed An Exploration of Pome Fruit and ships to club members beginning in June, 2024. While apples are the quintessential pome fruit that we all know and love (especially in its fermented form of cider), we wanted to show some love and appreciation to a couple other pome fruits: pears and quince. This spring release explores a range of tasty beverages made from apples, pears, quince, or some combination of these pome fruit. The Elevated club box includes a mix of 4 selections of unique, expertly curated cider offerings from around the Pacific Northwest – all in large bottle (750 mL) format.

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Madrone Cellars (Washington)

Salish Trio Apple, Pear, and Quince Cider Blend

Madrone Cider works with local farms that practice organic farming and who uphold the values of sustainable agriculture. On San Juan Island, there are six farms they work closely with to source their fruit and other ingredients. Their mission is to produce quality ciders that reflect their long term goal of preserving the integrity of the ecosystem.

Salish Trio is a sparkling cider made from a blend of San Juan Island grown pears, apples, and quince, cofermented with native yeast and bottle conditioned. Dry and light-bodied with notes of floral quince, pastry dough, fresh pear, and light minerality. Refreshing and light, perfect for a hot summer day.

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Nashi Orchards (Washington & Oregon)

Ridge Reserve Perry 100% Pear

Nashi Orchards grows 15 varieties of Asian pears, numerous varieties of perry pears, and cider and Spanish sidra apples on their Salmon-Safe certified Vashon Island orchard and certified organic Hood River orchard.

Ridge Reserve Perry is made from a blend of approximately 80% d’Anjou pears and 20% Henre Huffcap perry pears – all grown on their organic orchard in Hood River, Oregon.

This perry recently won a Gold Medal at the Northwest Cider Cup for the low tannin perry category.

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Barmann Cellars (Washington)

Solera Low Intervention, Multi-Year Harvest Cider Blend

Barmann Cellars is located on the southern slope of Sumas Mountain on a solar-powered farm that is home to some of Whatcom County’s oldest fruit trees. Farming practices are inspired by organic, biodynamic, and rejuvenative methods, with estate grown and locally-sourced fruit going into their spontaneous ferments.

Solera was made in the Solera method in which a blend of cider batches from consecutive years is combined. This batch started with 2022’s harvest and a coferment of their estate apples and pears in an oak barrel. A portion of this barrel from 2022 was blended with 2023 harvest season ciders, including a spontaneous barrel ferment of wild foraged apples from the Nooksack Valley, and spontaneous ferment of cider apples sourced from Washington State University’s Cider orchards in Mount Vernon. Dry with balanced tannins and acidity, and a soft kiss of barrel. Lively sparkle, fun drinking.

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Peak Light Cider (Oregon)

Orchard Reserve Quince Apple & Quince Cider Blend

Founded by a love for the land, Peak Light Cider is located on a family farm just northwest of Portland on Sauvie Island. Their orcharding practices are organic and biodynamic, with a deep respect for the natural environment.

Peak Light’s Orchard Reserve Quince Cider blends several varieties of quince (including Pineapple Quince and Smyrna Quince) and late maturing apples (primarily Winesap and Baldwin) to produce a cider with delightful botanical and floral undertones. This cider drinks semi-dry with just a touch of residual sweetness that helps the quince shine. A beautiful expression of quince with supporting notes of wild rose, honeycomb, and tangerine. Quince lovers, this one is a must try!

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