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Sauvage's 'Comsi Comsa' Line is Made with New York Apples

 - Dec 3, 2018
References: drinksauvage & prnewswire
When it comes to sparkling wine, grape-based beverages dominate the market but Sauvage offers consumers a taste of something different with its sparkling apple wine. Sauvage's Comsi Comsa line is made with locally sourced apples to create what the brand calls "a hard cider reminiscent of a fine sparkling wine with a 12% ABV."

As well as specifically appealing to consumers who are looking for a refreshing new drinking experience, the product also stands out as an innovative Kosher option—Sauvage was recently exhibited at KosherFest, the world's largest and most attended kosher-certified products trade show.

Consumers seeking out new experiences are turning to orange wine, blue wine, wine grape-infused water and other options that emphasize simple, natural ingredients and processes.