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Stumbled upon this little gem by chance after visiting the German Cemetery.
The service was excellent as was the produce. The tasting process was enjoyable and the patience extended was appreciated.
Would highly recommend.
Jacqui (Wales, UK)
We stopped here by accident having visited the German cemetery next to it. What a fantastic spot and what a fantastic welcome and tasting offered. We enjoyed tasting the range of cidres, pommeau, calvados, liqueur and jams and bought some of all of them!! You...More
If you are interested in the cider typically found in the Normandy region, you must add this stop to your travels. Run by a family, they have a quaint little set up for visitors. I was somewhat limited in my experience because I was with...More
This was a last minute side trip that our tour guild decided to see if they would accommodate us. And he opened his doors to 56 tourists at a moments notice and was just so friendly. We watch a short video on the Farm and...More
I've been here today for the first time, and certainely not for the last time. Everything taste great, from the Pommeau to the cider.
Ben and his mother welcomed us warmly and we could try a wee bit of everything. It was a very pleasant...More
If you visit Normandy, this Cider maker should be on your list. It starts in the courtyard of a 14th century farmhouse (with 16 and 17th century additions). The family run operation is most friendly and informative. Learning about the different types of apples, and...More
What a wonderful visit to this farm! We tasted some excellent products here and brought home the Calvados as well as the brut cider and a few other things. Too bad we cannot get them here in the States
My wife and I visited the distillery finding it just by luck. We did not take the tour but did the tasting. This was the first time I had Calvados. We were limited because we spoke little French and the lady spoke very little English,...More