Reaching from The Marches in the North and South to Redwick on the flood plain of the Severn; some old farms still have their stone mills now abandoned to history.
Here at Blaengawney Farm we have taken the old traditional methods of cider making from fresh cider apples and applied a new philosophy to our production, stealing a few techniques from wine makers along the way. You are just as likely to find ciders ageing in ancient oak barrels in our mill, alongside large wine fermenters made from stainless steel.
We have not yielded to the trend of adding syrups and berries to our cider. Instead we have taken a more grown up approach with care and attention that is needed to blend a fine cider worthy of acclaim from some of the most respected critics, and our ever growing following of loyal customers.