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Nov 22, 2022Liked by Jason Wilson

When I read Godforsaken Grapes, I actually wasn’t much of a wine drinker, but I found the premise fascinating. As a commercial cidermaker it made perfect sense that there could be value in wines made from so many different, even obscure varieties, not just the small handful of noble grapes. We are still so early on in our process of discovering or re-discovering what apple varieties truly make an excellent cider, and we have no gatekeepers telling us what is and isn’t good. Random forest seedling crab apple? Hell yeah, let’s ferment it!

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