Cédric Le Bloas, an agricultural engineer, did his job well before taking up the crazy bet of making cider in Brittany, his native region.
Against all odds, this surfer is now handling apples to make magnificent ciders that are taut and lively!
Already an actor in the regeneration of tropical forests in Central Africa, he continues on this path by working with century-old apple trees and protects our heritage by cultivating about twenty varieties of apples.
A great defender of biodiversity, for a cider that is as close as possible to apples and their terroirs. With his wife, in 2019, they began their third harvest. Enjoy.