In the eighteenth century, cider made from delicious Virginia apples was allowed to ferment and was served to accompany hearty fare and rowdy wagering games. Today, pure non-alcoholic Virginia Sparkling Cider is served with meals in Colonial Williamsburg’s Chowning Tavern. Now you can also enjoy it at home!
AWARD WINNER: 1992 “Outstanding New Product Award,” National Association for the Specialty Food Trade (NASFT)
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