Led by young motivated and passionate producers, Domaine Bordatto brings back old varieties of apples to offer outstanding cider farmers from the Basque Country, tasty apple juice and Irouleguy AOC wines, all in organic farming. On only 1ha of vines and 3.5ha of apple trees, the products are authentic of the Basque soil.
Apple varieties? Forget the apples of the supermarket, go on a trip with local and old Basque varieties: Anisa, Eztika, Eri Sagarra, Mamula, Apez Sagarra, Azaou Sagarra, Burdinga, Koko Gorria, Koko xuria, Errezila, Eztirotxia, Jinkoa, Gehesia Gorria, Geza xurria, Mandoburua, Negu Sagarra, Bordelesa, Entzea, Patzulua, Ondo Motxa …
KILIMILIKLIK: pronounce as you can
Ethymology: the Navarrese who defeated the Moors in 923 ironized on the ridiculous war cry uttered by the enemy ruler before the battle: “that we put the slap!” with a strong Mediterranean accent that gave “Kilimiliklik”. These warriors having the posterior dried up by their crossing of Andalusia, the invective was translated by “cul sec”.
Semi-dry cider very fruity and refreshing.