From the cider house that creates the No. 1-selling cider in the United States comes this pear-based beverage. Pear ciders are comparable to apple ciders, with similar sour flavors and a nice biting acidity. The major difference (other than the pear flavor replacing the apple) is that pear ciders are more soft and muted than their apple counterparts. Woodchuck's aroma atarts with peach notes (even though no peaches are added) and finishes with a clean effervesence. The structure of this cider is impeccable and would stand up well with several months of aging. Being a cider fan doesn't mean you have to only enjoy apple varieties, so give pear a shot -- you'll be glad you did.