The Calvados distilleries and estates are open to visitors all year round.
Countless tastings, activities and discoveries await you!
Ferme de la Sapinière
The Ferme de la Sapinière produces all of its ciders using natural fermentation, without the addition of carbon dioxide. It also produces Pommeau de Normandie and Calvados.
Guided tours are available allowing visitors to learn more about our delectable Normandy beverages.
Located on the “Route du Cidre” (Cider Route) in the heart of Normandy’s Pays d’Auge, Domaine Pierre Huet comprises 30 hectares of orchards growing 25 varieties of cider apples. Since 2010, the distillery has been using an innovative heating system unique within the Normandy region: wood chips.
Founded in the heart of the Pay d’Auge in 1820, Distillerie Busnel is the first major Calvados House. You can visit one of the last great working distilleries and learn all about the production of its Calvados in a typical Normandy setting.
At the Cave de la Loterie (a cider works in Clécy in the Suisse-Normande), Regis Aubry grows and processes organic apples and pears. He is always happy to receive visitors for tastings, tours and direct sales at the property.