Inspired by Pommeau de Normandie, and named for the year of the Norman Invasion of England, Orchard Hill "Ten66" Pommeau is created from New York apple brandy, distilled from apples grown at Soons Orchards and aged in used French wine barrels. The brandy is then blended with fresh, unfermented Soons' cider and put back in the French Oak barrel for additional aging. The resulting Pommeau displays amazing complexities of vanilla, baked apple tart tatin, prunes and toasted hazelnuts with a backdrop of baking spice.
Product of New York
Alcohol by Volume: 20%