Since 1950, Duche de Longueville has harvested the finest apples from Normandy, France. The estate was founded as a distillery in 1925, but switched to cider production in 1950. With over 1,482 acres of orchards near Dieppe with 15 carefully chosen apple varieties, it is the only commercial operation in France specializing in single-varietal, naturally fermented ciders. Once the traditional drink of Normandy, artisanal ciders had become virtually extinct before the Duche de Longueville relaunched the style. Kept at a controlled temperature until blending and bottling, Duche de Longueville is a non-alcoholic dry cider that offers lots of freshness, apple aromas, and lively effervescence.