Randevù is the second son of Sidreria C&L, and as the name suggests it comes from an encounter with Ezio Cerruti, the innovator of the world of Moscato. From the hybridization of Saluzzo apples and disputed grapes between Langhe and Monferrato, this Pet-Nat is born, the result of spontaneous fermentation, without the addition of sulphites and dangerously easy to drink. An intense straw yellow, a fine and persistent perlage, a bouquet of flowers and - ça va san dire - of apple, with a hint of citrus fruits homage to Moscato. Shake lightly, serve cold, and indulge in that lively sip and dry, long finish.
Ingredients: Apples, Must of the Langhe
Round of applause to Livio, Nicolò, and Elia. Two brothers (the first ones) and a friend who start from the experiments in the kitchen of the house, upsetting what was given for sure of apples and ciders. A breath of fresh air and a sprinkle of heresy, this trio only released their first label in 2018, and the rest is already history. Sidreria Craveri & Lamberti took the apple from Cuneo, one of the first Italian provinces involved in this production, and re-appropriated it from its place of origin, dressing it up and transforming it into eclectic and unmissable ciders. They chose to keep the fruits discarded by the cosmetic standards of the market, and they stopped them there, in the Saluzzo area. That unspoken value has been transformed into classic method and pet-nat ciders full and expressive to be consumed throughout the meal. They are freshly squeezed from a piece of Piedmont that cries out for redemption. They are love letters to the places and landscapes of all time, written without the force of habit making them banal.