A Bottle of Sparkling Dudda's Tun Cider

What's in a name?

Dudda was thought to have been an 11th century person who set up a farmstead (Tun), which over hundreds of years became a village, known today as Doddington.

Steeped in History

Cider was being made in England over 900 years ago and it is quite possible that Pine Trees Farm, home to Dudda’s Tun Cider, shares the very earth that once produced cider and apples for its ancestors.