Cidrerie du Minot

La Bolée Pétillante

  • BBQ
  • Aperitif
  • Cocktail
  • Fish
La Bolée Pétillante
7Awards
Varieties

McIntosh, Cortland, Empire et Spartan.

Method (Natural Effervescence)

Ripe apples are picked, crushed and gently pressed. The must is fermented at low temperatures to preserve all the aromas. Finally, a second fermentation in sealed tanks provides the natural effervescence that is unique to this type of sparkling cider.

Tasting Notes (4.5% alc./vol.)

This sparkling cider at 4.5% alc./vol. with delicate aromas of apples and pears is refreshing on the palate. It has a pleasant acidity and fine bubbles, giving it all its elegance.

Serving Suggestion

Serve chilled between 4°C and 6°C.

Perfect for any occasion, it can be served on its own, as an aperitif or in a cocktail. It pairs elegantly with pork, poultry and fish, and is a must for picnics and barbecues.

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2Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
La Croisée

Ingenious cross between a sparkling cider and ice cider. Measuring 7% alcohol per volume, this product with fine bubbles reveals fresh full aromas, while the ice cider gives it notes of...

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SAQ > Nb product (12962063)

10Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
La Bolée

A still cider at 7% alcohol, with delicate aromas of apples and touches of spices. In the mouth it is light and supple with a hint of refreshing CO2

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SAQ > Nb product (511956)

17Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Brut

A sparkling cider with 7% alcohol  semi-dry, with the aroma of  ripe fruit, spices and yeast.  To the taste, a full cider with a light refreshing effervescence.

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SAQ > Nb product (00733386)

30Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Crémant de pomme

A light sparkling cider with only 2.5% alcohol, an intense bouquet of fresh apples, slightly sweet.  A good balance between bubbles, natural sugar and nice acidity makes this cider unique.

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SAQ > Nb product (245316)

2Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Crémant Rosé

A rosé cider (the color coming from the apple’s red flesh) with an aroma of red fruit and a slightly bitter taste (due to the tartness of the Geneva apple) giving it more character and...

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SAQ > Nb product (717579)

La Bolée Pétillante
Clos / Point 5

A sparkling cider with low alcohol level (0.5% alc/vol) and only 38 cal. per 100ml with a bouquet of fresh apples, lightly acidic. Its natural effervescence brings a true fruity taste. 

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47Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Crémant de glace

A sparkling ice cider that exudes subtle and complex aromas of candied apple and apricot. As for aerial notes, the palate is seduced by its fine naturally-occurring bubbles and slight acidity

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SAQ > Nb product (10530380)

56Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Des Glaces

An ice cider at 10% alcohol with subtle but complex aromas of candied apple and apricot.  A smooth yet pleasant acidity with concentrated flavours.  Excellent and fine mouth finish.

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SAQ > Nb product (733782)

17Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Des Glaces - Récolte Hivernale

This ice cider has a bright  golden yellow color with nuances of copper.The nose is expressive, intense and complex with mingling notes of apricot, candied pears, ripe apples, tobacco and...

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4Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Doré

A pommeau with 16% alc/vol of a beautiful golden color with aromas of ripe apple, vanilla and apple brandy. In the mouth it is smooth and heady.

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8Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Mystique

Ripe apples are picked, crushed and gently pressed. The must is fermented at low temperatures to preserve all the aromas. Finally, a second fermentation in sealed tanks provides the natural...

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3Awards
La Bolée Pétillante
Mystique Rosé

Ripe apples are picked, crushed and gently pressed. The must is fermented at low temperatures to preserve all the aromas. Finally, a second fermentation in sealed tanks provides the natural...

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Our unique process

WHEN PASSION AND EXPERTISE SERVE THE TASTE

One of the great features of the cider of Minot is the use of the  closed-tank method rarely used in the production of sparkling cider in Quebec. 

The closed-tank method produces fine sparkling ciders, in which the signature of the apple dominates. Several reasons can be given for this, including minimized handling and a closed circuit which prevents air from altering the cider. The entire bouquet of apple thus, ends up in the bottle!