Known in the Three Counties as the Malvern Hill pear, its correct name is the Moorcroft Pear.
The pears, which are large and yellow, rot quickly and need to be harvested as soon as they fall, making it difficult for the perry maker.
In the 1800′s, when Britain was at war with France, perry became the “Wine of England” being popular amongst the labels of high society.
Best served chilled
Ingredients: Pears, Natural Sugars, Sulphur (trace)
75cl Wine Bottle Size