Newtown Pippin

Newtown Pippin

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Part of the Heirloom Series.

 

PROCESS & TASTE

Made from fresh pressed Newtown Pippin Single Heirloom Varietal, first harvested in Queens, NY, in 1740.

 

DESCRIPTION

The Newtown Pippin is the apple of our forefathers: George Washington and Thomas Jefferson planted it on their personal estates. Benjamin Franklin had Newtown Pippins shipped to him in London in 1759, thereby establishing the U.S. fruit export industry. 

 

DEVILISHLY DELICIOUS WITH

The Sunday morning paper.

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PRAISE AND AWARDS

“Crisp and refreshing, this new release is a textbook pairing for cheddar cheese, as well as fried foods and spicy fare. Light and dry, with zippy fruit flavors.” 
Food Republic 10/18/2011
“Gently sparkling, with tart green apple and citric notes on a whistle clean, dry finish.” 
Upstate/Downstate 12/2/2011