Cellier de la Ville Loyo
A cup of farmer's cider?
Crafts and technical visits
The Cellier de la Ville Loyo (Loyo Town Cellar) in the countryside outside Moncontour makes its produce from organic orchards. Enjoy tasting its quality local fare in a friendly atmosphere.Traditionalists Claude and Jocelyne press their trademark Breton cider using a dozen varieties of apples from the Côtes d'Armor. Thanks to organic orchards planted on a small 4 hectare area, the couple produces bottles of brut, semi-dry and tart cider along with apple juice and vinegar with a beautiful golden hue. Claude and Jocelyne hold tastings and sell their produce all year round on the site where it's produced. It's the perfect opportunity to stock up on recipes or find out how the drink is made. The 17th-century farmhouse shop also sells other local treats (pâtés, jams, honey etc.) which complement cider perfectly.
- Spoken languages
- Accepted customers
- Disabled facilities and reception
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