Is a sparkling cider made from different fermented apple varieties. The terms "cider" or "cider", which come from the French or English, are also frequently used in this country. For many centuries wine has been made from apples or other pome fruits.
Cider is produced in many European countries, but only very few have their own controlled growing regions for it, as for example in France and Spain. Preference is given to tannin-containing apple varieties, which are fermented at temperatures of 4-15 degrees and thus create a special aroma. Before the sugar is completely decomposed, the unfinished product is moved airtight into new containers. In the finished cider, country-specific differences in sweetness and alcohol content can be observed.