To understand what Woodchuck Pear tastes like, take a deep breath, close your eyes and imagine yourself floating down a cool crisp mountain stream in the middle of July. Ok, got it? Now put an entire pear in your mouth.
The Poiré Granite is very Champagne-like and dry; the pear aromas are subtly balanced by citrus, flowers, and earth, and the finish is long and complex.
Natural pearfection. A loose-limbed, uninhibited, fresh and lively natural pear cider. Softly sparkling with an authentic pear natural nose, and an off-dry clean finish.
Smells of malts, with a hint of grape. Taste is malts, traces of hops and a hint of woodiness with it. It is quite well balanced: the malts don't dominate, and the hops blend well....