Gravenstein apples have been grown in Sonoma County since the 19th century--they were even grown at the Russian colony at Fort Ross. Today, they're regarded as a heritage variety, and while many old orchard have been supplanted by Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Specific Gravity cidery is among a new breed of cider makers sourcing these delicious, lightly streaked apples for old-fashioned cider. This is not your sweet apple juice style cider; it's just lightly effervescent, and mostly dry.
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