The History, Pomage, and Terroir of NY State’s Cider

Ticketed Session: $10

Speaker: Elizabeth Ryan, Ria Windcaller, Dan Pucci

Date & Time: Friday, February 3, 3:45-5:00pm

Cidermaker, orchardist and historian Elizabeth Ryan will lead a guided tasting and historical exploration of some of New York state’s most cherished American heirloom apples and their impact on cider. This will include an expert panel presentation with thoughtful cider-tasting, pairing varietals from different locations. It is a recommended companion workshop to Cider’s Taste of Place: Trialing Apple Varieties and Regions in NY State, which will take a more scientific approach to investigating terroir in cider in New York.