Baldwin Apples have long been prized in Western MA for the making of hard cider. The Baldwin became one of the most widely planted apples in the Northeast after it was found in Woburn, MA, in the early 1800's. A monument to it, complete with a granite apple, still stands in Wilmington, MA. The Baldwins in this cider come from trees planted in the early 1900's. This cider is fermented dry and crisp! A tasty sip of Americana.