In The Media

In The Media 2017-02-09T12:40:15+00:00

We sometimes discover the odd story about us in the media. Here are a number of articles that have appeared.

Introducing Dunkertons Cider (in the US) – “Dunkertons is a true gem and perfect example of the very best of real English ciders.” Jordan Sager, vice president of Winesellers, Ltd
FSR Magazine

FSR Magazine

Apple Day 2015: 10 Best British Bottled Cider – Celebrate our home-grown harvest with a special tipple
– The Independent

The Independent

Five Great British Ciders to try this Summer – “The best modern ciders are as sophisticated as wine, and often much cheaper. Here are five excellent bottles to try”
– The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Appley Ever After: From Wonky Donkey to Piglet’s Choice, Farmhouse Cider and Perry can be as Flavorsome as Fine Wine  – “Big authentic cider flavour with a savoury streak. Ploughman’s paradise”
– Daily Mail

Daily Mail

3 of the Best Drinks to Toast to St George with The Telegraph – “Our wine expert broadens his horizons and takes a look at the best cider, bitter, and sparkling wine to celebrate with this St George’s Day”
– The Telegraph

The Telegraph

BBC Food and Farming Awards 2015 Finalists and Winners  – “Brewers, distillers, wine-makers, juice producers – the people using carefully sourced ingredients and skill to produce an outstanding drink”
– BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Recipes for Cooking with Cider  – “Cider’s a great drink, but its sweet, acidic appley-ness means it’s a fantastically versatile cooking ingredient, too”
– The Guardian

The Guardian

Monty Don in his Kitchen  – “Black Fox organic cider made by Dunkertons at Pembridge, which is my favourite cider of all”
– The Guardian

The Guardian

The Ciderhouse Rules – Hilary Osborne spends her free time stalking small-scale cider makers. Any suggestions for bank holiday trips? – “Serving cider with ice may have been first introduced to the national drinking consciousness by the Camden pub scene in the film Withnail and I”
– The Guardian

The Guardian

12 Best Perries Dunkertons Perry – The Independent Celebrate the centuries-old drink that puts pears in the spotlight. – “Perry, made from fermented pears of specific varieties, has long played second fiddle to cider. But why not give this traditional, historic drink a try? We’ve sample perries produced in the UK and France to bring you our favourites.””
– The Independent

The Independent

Make Mine a Vintage Perry – “Napoleon called it the English champagne. Now everyone’s popping their cork for fermented pears. Mark Mackenzie pedals through the orchards”
– The Independent

The Independent

Drink: Give Perry a Chance  – Pear cider and proper perry are as different as chalk and cheese, says Fiona Beckett , I still have a soft spot for the first one I tasted, the heady, organic Dunkertons Perry (7.5% abv), which you could drink in place of a pinot gris with spicy Asian food.
– The Guardian

The Guardian