Cider is an integral part of Normandy, of its way of life and rolling green landscapes. Once a popular drink throughout Europe, it has lost ground over the years, falling into the trap of industrialization. Yet in the Normandy countryside, a number of farms and businesses are resisting. Itinerant brewers, farm and AOC cider makers are trying to make a place for another kind of cider, alongside the imperatives of the industrial cider-makers. Through this film, we set out to explore the art of cider-making, meeting a number of colourful characters along the way, the last defenders of a land threatened by the disappearance of wild apple trees. In 100 years, will any traditional brewers remain? Will their skills and know-how be lost forever?