Cornouaille (Kerne in Breton) is a historic region of Brittany in northwestern France. It was was established in the early Middle Ages in the southwest of the Breton peninsula. Covering two thrird of Finistère, a part of Côte d’Armor and a part of Morbihan.
PDO Cornouaille cider is the only cider from Brittany with a Protected Designation of Origin. A PDO is the result of a group of producers acting together to protect their name, their product and their terroir. If you want to know more about the PDO Cornouaille cider, please navigate the following pages.
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