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Smith Hayne, Vintage

Smith Hayne, Vintage



A dry and zesty sparkling cider made with minimal intervention. Eleven different varieties of cider apple are collected from the orchards at Smith Hayne Farm, then milled and pressed in Will and Anna Chambers' cider barn, before being keeved, aged and hand bottled.

Made with ancient apple varieties: Dabinett, Yarlington Mill, Tremletts Bitter, Stembridge Cluster, Browns, Chisel Jersey, Filbarrel, Porters Perfection, Harry Masters Jersey, Michelin and Sweet Coppin.

Only 3,000 bottles of cider are made a year, so this is truly small-batch production. 

Grown, processed and bottled by hand at Smith Hayne Orchards, Devon.

Enjoy with a fabulous cheeseboard for a real taste of the South West.

750ml 4.5% ABV 

Store in a cool dry place and drink by use by.


We farm in harmony with nature, using regenerative farming techniques to nurture our countryside. By supporting us you are helping us to sustain 25 small-scale farming families.

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We have received the countries highest accolades including; BBC 4 Food & Farming Best Producer, The Telegraph's Best Butcher, The Independent's Best Meat Box, Great Taste Top 50 Best Food Products.



A small family-run enterprise bringing traditional cider-making back to their 12 acre farm in mid-Devon. Smith Hayne Farm dates back to the 1300s but the orchards had been lost over the years and replanted in the 1970s. Will and Anna Chambers make 3000 bottles of whole juice, sparkling cider each year using the traditional method of keeving.

Eleven different varieties of cider apple are collected from the orchards, then milled and pressed in their cider barn. The juice is keeved and the wild yeasts produce a natural fermentation, with no added sugar, flavouring or concentrate. The cider is then aged in a combination of oak barrels and stainless steel vats, before being hand bottled.