Ice Cider

Neige Première

58 awards

«The OG of ice cider, Neige is a complex amber libation of apples, white flowers, brown sugar, golden raisin and a twist of citrus. Baking spices and a smack of acid tingle in the finish».

Adrienne So, Ice Cider's tale of Triumph, CiderCraft Magazine, April 2017, p.48.


100 Overall
«Oily flat deep golden pour. Taste has apples, some floral notes, sweet syrupy notes, more apples with some hint of lemons. This is just so well made and delicious, Bursprak - Denmark - Aug. 31, 2015


“Sweet wines just aren’t my thing, but Neige is so unexpected. Who would have thought apple ice wine could turn me on to sweet wines? Incredible fragrance from the apples combined with piercing acidity makes this so sippable and not cloying. Very good with cheddar!”

Cynthia Sin-Yi Cheng, Cravings, Dec. 12th, 2008.

Tasty and softly sweet attack, persistent and tense. A delicious balance between sugar and acidity.

Autumn harvest. Blend of handpicked apples: McIntosh (55%), Cortland & Spartan.

12,5 % alc./vol.
Gluten-free and vegan.

Golden yellow color with shimmering reflections.

Pure and crisp, the aromas of freshly picked ripe apples are vividly intense.

6°C. Serve cold.

Perfect as an aperitif or accompanied with a cheese platter and desserts.

Try it as a cocktail:
- Bi-Neige
- Neige Double
- Neige Chic
- Moto-Neige

or as a granita!

  • 50 ml
  • 200 ml
  • 375 ml
  • 750 ml

Produced since 1994, Neige Première is the leading inspiration of the cidery Domaine Neige. It is the very first Ice Cider to be commercialized in Québec and throughout the world.

In the fall, very ripe apples are picked and stored at cool temperatures until the end of December. Once winter arrives, the fruit is pressed and the juice obtained is placed outside in the intense January cold. During crystallization, the water separates from the sugars by natural cryoconcentration. After few days of intense cold, concentrated must, representing ¼ of the initial quantity of juice, is collected by gravity. The extracted must is then placed in stainless steel tanks where it ferments at least six months at low temperatures before being bottled.

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