Product Details

Passionfruit Perry Cider

Pokolbin Cider HousePassionfruit Perry Cider

Mixed

Hunter Valley, NSW

Refreshing passionfruit blends

From $8.00 per bottle

    Wine Details

    • Region Hunter Valley
    • Type Cider
    • Variety Mixed
    • Volume 330ml
    • Alcohol Volume 4.5%
    • Tasting Notes

      ABOUT THE CIDER Perry is the traditional name for Pear Ciders. Cloudy pear juice is fermented to just above dryness. The cider is then clarified and infused with Passionfruit pulp, prior to a further clarification and then bottling.

    • Style

      Packham, Williams and Bosc’s Pears are crushed for the juice. The solids and pulp are retained to give cloudy juice.

    • Colour

      Light straw with a tinge of orange in the background

    • Bouquet

      The Passionfruit is subtle but luscious. The aroma is fruity but not cloying.

    • Palate

      The sweetness and acidity of the passionfruit blends with the complexity of the pears to give a luscious but refreshing drop.The pear base still comes through and gives some mouthfeel and structure so that the mid palate is full but not too sweet. The natural acidity of the passionfruit adds the final touch by giving a zesty zing on the finish.

    • Food Matches

      Icy cold on a warm afternoon. With a fruit platter or a plate of nibbles. Would go well with a chocolate mousse or crème caramel.

    Wine Details

    • Region Hunter Valley
    • Type Cider
    • Variety Mixed
    • Volume 330ml
    • Alcohol Volume 4.5%
    • Tasting Notes

      ABOUT THE CIDER Perry is the traditional name for Pear Ciders. Cloudy pear juice is fermented to just above dryness. The cider is then clarified and infused with Passionfruit pulp, prior to a further clarification and then bottling.

    • Style

      Packham, Williams and Bosc’s Pears are crushed for the juice. The solids and pulp are retained to give cloudy juice.

    • Colour

      Light straw with a tinge of orange in the background

    • Bouquet

      The Passionfruit is subtle but luscious. The aroma is fruity but not cloying.

    • Palate

      The sweetness and acidity of the passionfruit blends with the complexity of the pears to give a luscious but refreshing drop.The pear base still comes through and gives some mouthfeel and structure so that the mid palate is full but not too sweet. The natural acidity of the passionfruit adds the final touch by giving a zesty zing on the finish.

    • Food Matches

      Icy cold on a warm afternoon. With a fruit platter or a plate of nibbles. Would go well with a chocolate mousse or crème caramel.