Pomarina - The Gourmet Of Ciders
Made with 1OO% Asturias apples from the newly created orchards with Protected Designation of Origin, where the apple varieties are segregated, to give a product of the highest quality. An important factor of its preparation is the second stage of Fermentation which is carried out in pressurised Vats to better integrate the bubbles. This gives this variety of sparkling brut cider a unique fresh and elegant taste.
- COLOUR: Clean, brilliant golden - yellow with tiny bubbles
- AROMA: Intense, with a predominance of primary aromas that appear separately but quickly combine.
- TASTE: Initially aggressive, giving way to pleasant fruity nuances with a long and refined end.
- SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Its freshness and elegance invite us to take it with all meals from aperitifs to desserts. It is ideal with fish, shellfish and cheese.
- Best served chilled between 7° - 1O°C
- Available in 75O ml bottles - 7% Vol
Enjoying Pomarina - A Few Tips
Pomarina Must Be Served Between 7°c And 1O°c...
to be the best companion for aperitifs, meals and desserts. While personal taste will also influence the temperature at which Pomarina is tasted, at the recommended temperature, Pomarina displays all of its strength, body and acidity, and is more aromatic and pleasing to the palate. Its temperature, together with its delicate bubbles, make Pomarina an excellent companion for light meals, cheeses, sushi and desserts. Pomarina also makes the perfect cooking companion and mixed with Pork dishes it infuses the apple flavour that compliments it so well.
The Best Glass To Enjoy Pomarina In Is A Tulip Glass...
an improved version of the traditional fluted glass, which allows more nuances of the cider to be perceived. Tulip glasses have a slim, elegant shape that avoids launching the drink into the throat which happens with fluted glasses, longer and narrower. Instead, tulip glasses put the drink onto the middle of the tongue. The tulip glass also allows the aroma of Pomarina to be better appreciated, respects its temperature and conserves the life of its bubbles. While everyone is free to make their own choice of glass, there are a few other basic rules when it comes to selecting the ideal glass: they should be transparent, colourless and preferably without carvings or embossing.
Serving Pomarina Starts By Uncorking The Bottle...
One of the most important things to remember when uncorking cider is to take care not to move the bottle too much, given its high content of carbon dioxide gas, since this can increase the pressure and project the cork violently outwards. Carefully remove the wire and start to rotate the cork (cider experts rotate the bottle, holding the cork still). It is important to always rotate in the same direction, to avoid breaking the cork. Once the bottle is uncorked, to avoid warming it with body heat, it is best to grip the bottle using the hollow in its base and resting the side of the bottle against the fingertips of the other hand. Pour it gently, without creating too many bubbles, and fill just one third of the glass. Keeping an ice bucket on the table, or covering the bottle with a cooling sleeve, will help to keep the cider at its best temperature between helpings.