We all know about the dark side of the moon but I never heard of the hidden side of the apple until I wrote a piece on Vinoble 2010, a tasting event dedicated to all dessert and sweet wines.
Since I never tasted this 'Snow' (Neige), let me share their fact sheet
Autumn harvest Blend of McIntosh (80%) and Spartan (20%) apples.
Golden yellow color with shimmering reflections.
Pure and crisp, the aromas of freshly picked ripe apples are vividly intense.
Tasty and softly sweet attack, persistent and tense.
A delicious balance between sugar and acidity.
Perfect as an aperitif or accompanied with sharp cheese (ex.: Chèvre Noir) or blue-veined cheese, and desserts.
C'est bon la Neige?
Don't eat the yellow snow!