Apples and ciders from the south of the world
The project apples and ciders from the south of the world was born from a look towards a sector that has specific climatic characteristics, an evergreen forest commonly called Valdivian jungle in a rainy temperate climate, and a privileged productive environment for the development of a cider industry. Which already has an important trajectory in the Los Ríos Region.
The project is expected to strengthen the economic and social development of the cider industry in southern Chile, enhancing the value proposition of this sector based on a heritage asset and collaborative networks.
About the project
The project is expected to strengthen the economic and social development of the cider industry in southern Chile, enhancing the value proposition
The first fruits arrived from Peru to Chile, extending to the border with the “Mapuche” territory in the vicinity of what is now known as Valdivia.
Cider is very versatile, as it has lower alcohol content than wine and it is less carbonated than beer.