It’s cider season, folks! We tapped Annie Bystryn, founder of CiderInLove.com, for her fall favorites.

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Liberty Ciderworks Stonewall Barrel Aged Cider
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"For fall, I have a soft spot for Liberty Ciderworks Stonewall Barrel-Aged Cider ($16), from Spokane, Washington, for its oakiness and rich vanilla flavors. It pairs beautifully with pecan pie!" 

Redbyrd Orchard Ciders Celest Sur Lie
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"One of my favorites, Redbyrd Orchard Cider's Celeste Sur Lie ($27), from upstate New York, is dry, sparkling, and a little creamy. The brioche notes make it the perfect partner for a charcuterie board." 

Slyboro Ciderhouse Cherry Harvest Ice Cider
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"Another one from the New York region, the popular dessert cider Slyboro Ciderhouse Cherry Harvest Ice Cider ($28) is infused with sweet Montmorency cherries. It tastes divine drizzled over ice cream. Yum!" 

Orchard Hills Gold Label
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"Orchard Hill's Gold Label ($28), from New York again (!), is a crowdpleaser: bubbly and balanced. It's made like a Champagne and pairs well with seafood dishes." 

South Hill Cider’s Pommeau
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"Pommeau is a dessert cider, so it's boozier and sweeter than traditional cider. I love South Hill Cider's Pommeau ($28), from (you guessed it) New York. It has rich honey and stone-fruit notes."