Translating to apple in Breton, the traditional language of France’s Bretagne province, AVAL is…
Translating to apple in Breton, the traditional language of France’s Bretagne province, AVAL is exclusively brewed on a family-owned farm in the region that’s been making cider for more than 1,000 years. And now, serious drinkers stateside can taste for themselves what all the buzz is about — and why Brittany (Bretagne in English) has been dubbed cider heaven by industry experts. A delightful, subtly sweet combination of four kinds of organic apples (acidic, bitter, bittersweet and sweet), AVAL is not made from concentrate and uses no added sugars or sweetener — just pure apple juice, harkening back to the way cider should be made.
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