Apple Paple – premium apple wine from Poland
Apple Paple - classic wine serving
Perfect for summer drinks!
120 ml of Apple Paple,
80 ml of good prosecco,
40 ml of Aperol.
A slice of an orange for decoration,
some sparkling water if you like.
Stir all ingredients in a glass.
Serve and drink as you wish...
This wine has its own unique character,
inimitable taste that is incomparable with anything else –
neither with ciders nor with grape wines.
It is an ideal base for drinks and cocktails
200 ml of Apple Paple,
40 ml of peach syrup,
juice from half a lime.
Shake it with ice,
serve in big glasses, with ice.
Add slices of apple and mint leaves for decoration.
We are a company passionate about apple wine.100% independent, 100% engaged, 10% crazy 🙂
True wine, not cider.
Polish apple wine tradition
Priority - ecology.
What do lovers of good wine think of Apple Paple?
Sensation! There is a new product on the market – “the first Polish premium apple wine”. Not cider but righteously fermented to 11% alcohol by volume wine made of apple juice. In other words jabol [fruit wine] but in this case it is rather “jabol de luxe”. What an idea! But never mind the idea, what matters is the final result! (…) It’s a success! They have managed to produce really interesting, tasty, high quality fruit wine. I’ll surely and gladly drink “Paple” again.
About Classic Dry 2015: Dry Apple Paple comes out definitely well. I have found here the same clarity, delicacyand softness that was present in dry ApplePaple 2014. What the palate discerns first is slight apple bitterness almost devoid of acidity. Alcohol (11%) adds a bit to this bitterness but the balance is faultless. Well done wine, a perfect substitute for light white wines, especially if you prefer Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc to Riesling or Vinho Verde. ♥♥♥
About Semi Dry 2015: I liked the semi-dry version even more. It seems juicier, moreapple-like, alcohol and bitterness are better concealed as well. A fantastic product, not much different from such well-known flavors as semi-dry Furmint or Chenin Blanc. Good job! ♥♥♥
Yellow, with delicately golden reflections, clear, without any traces of residue. Strong fruity scent, distinct notes of fresh, whole apples (pulp+peel+pips). Rich though short taste, dominant apple tone. Medium acidity, semi-dry character. Wine of simple but rich bouquet, crisp and light, in spite of “premium” label not very serious. Should be nice solo, good in cocktails and excellent with roasted duck with apples as well as with Indian cuisine.
I’ll put it briefly: good. Free of pungent acidity, full of the aroma and taste of old, traditional apple varieties, complemented with a delicate oakwood aftertaste, substantial. Everything harmonizes very nicely.
Delicate, smooth, nice at the end, cool in the sun. Goes well with blue cheese and fruit salad.
…sipping this apple wonder is a pure pleasure, especially when you add some ice cubes and a bit of sparkling water to it.
The most important thing, however – at least from my perspective – is that there are more and more new, fantastic initiatives, ideas, projects in Poland, created by people with passion.
The first impression is very interesting, aromatically intensive … When you oxidize it, there appear complex aromas, not only apples. It’s not tiring. There are aromas which evolve positively in a glass. These are really interesting flavors as they are not typical for cider or grape wine. It is a different taste as you feel the flavors in the proper order: first the sweet one and then very nice bitter aftertaste. You salivate and want more.
Surprisingly, positively delicate taste. Intensely fruity but still refined. It leaves a nice aftertaste typical for dry alcohol. Full taste, going from sweet to dry. Nice change, ideal for summer.