Oliver's make a selection of fine Herefordshire ciders and perries with an emphasis on "balance" and "character" coupled with "drinkability".
Based around the spontaneous ferment of selected varieties of cider apple and perry pear from fruit grown in Herefordshire.
Nominally referred to as "minimal intervention", we strive to "take what the fruit gives", respecting the great heritage and traditions of the past but with an eye to innovating for the future. What that really means is we mill and press great fruit, expose the juice to marauding and hungry wild yeasts and then for our part blend and bottle the resulting ferments.
The last time a Beckett and an Oliver were about, things got nasty. Not so this time, just a voyage into the wild fermentation of grapes, apples and wort and hops amongst other things. Fiona Be...