Applewine

BJCP C2c

Overall Impression
Typically like a dry white wine, balanced, and with low astringency and bitterness.
Comments

The term for this category is traditional but possibly misleading: it is simply a cider with substantial added sugar to achieve higher alcohol than a standard cider. As such it comes closer to a white wine than any other style. No fruit other than apples may be used in this style.

Commercial Examples
[US] Uncle John’s Fruit House Winery Fruit House Apple (MI), McClure’s Sweet Apple Wine (IN)