The cider of Normandy is present since 2000 years in the Pays d'Auge. In the 16th century, it began to be made a fame thanks to the improvement of pressing techniques, the use of Spanish varieties and the condemnation of the Norman vineyard by Charles I.
Because of its sparkling sound, its color and its perfume, the cider of Normandy will eventually be consumed by kings of France. Afterward, its quality and its personality allowed it to obtain the french "Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée".
Elaborated exclusively with apples from Pays d'Auge orchards, cider of Normandy byChristian Drouin is one alive product which must be stored in a lower temperature than 15°C.