What do you get when you take two classically trained winemakers, who honed their skills in cellars from Burgundy to Napa, and drop them into West Sonoma County, still as much apple country as it is wine country? Some damn good, bone-dry cider, that's what. Suzanne Hagins and Chris Condos, the fermentation wizards behind Horse & Plow, take the same sustainable approach with their cider as they do with their wine - no additives, no GMOs, and varietal specificity. Their Heirloom Cider is a blend varieties that grow throughout the Sebastopol area, fermented separately, and bottle conditioned. The result is spicy, crisp, and just funky enough to keep things interesting.