Cider Competition results from OFVC

Congratulations to the winners of the cider competition held at the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention on February 20, 2019. 

 

Here are the winners:

 

Sweet Cider Competition

 

  1. Spirit Tree Estate Cidery
  2. Brantview Apples & Cider
  3. Delhaven Apples & Cider

 

Common Craft Cider Competition

 

  1. Best in Show – Hounds of Erie
  2. Ardiel Dry Cider
  3. HexPress Dry Cider

 

Specialty Cider Competition

 

  1. Strawberry Craft Cider, Heritage Estate Winery & Cidery
  2. Tart Cherry Cider, Ironwood Cider
  3. Wild Blueberry Elderflower Cider, Thornbury Craft

 

 

 

SOURCE:  Ontario Fruit & Vegetable Convention Twitter account

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