Address: Burrow Hill Burrow Way, Martock, Somerset TA12 6BU
“Cider has been sold at Burrow Hill for at least the last 150 years. All the ciders we produce are made from pure juice pressed from fresh Somerset grown apples in the autumn (no Chinese concentrate here). We still sell cider straight from the barrel at the farm as well as in bottles. We also produce a slightly sparkling litre flagon in dry, medium or sweet as well as a half litre sparkling bottle of cider as well as a fine Perry. They are a blend of at least 11 varieties of vintage cider apple.
Recently we won the Championship for our medium farmhouse cider at the biggest cider competition in the world, The Royal Bath
and West Show.
At the farm we also make cider we call “bottle fermented” which is made in a similar way to Champagne. In fact, some claim the method predates Champagne. This cider is fermented in bottles and matured for up to two years. The tops of the bottles are then frozen and the yeast disgorged. The result is a very fine sparkling cider.”