Normandy is the one region of France that does not have a reputation for winemaking, thanks to its erratic, and generally cool, weather. It is just right, however, for growing apples and fermenting them into cider. It has a long history in the region as well, going back to the Greek traveller and geographer Strabo, who wrote in the final years of the pre-Christian era about visiting Normandy and seeing apple trees and an early version of cider known as zythos. The Romans and Gauls then brought their own expertise to the process of cider making in the area.

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