Between my usual mis-estimation and some bad luck with the spring juice, we are very short on Sparrow Spiced Cider. As in sometime next weekend.
So, take a trip out to the winery to get some now. Or call ahead to reserve some for your tippling pleasure.
Charles – Ciderwright.
We are running low on our English-style high tannin cider. It’s time to make a visit or call to reserve some.
The new ‘pomage’ of Kinget Bitter, a tannic cider made from English and French apples grown only for drinking, has hit the Tasting Room. Enjoy!
Low Inventory Alert: Less than 5 cases of Orchard Oriole Perry, our super-traditional English-type Perry are left at the Cidery. And the 2014 crop was too poor to make anything with, so this Perry won’t be back until 2016. Visit soon, or call to reserve some ’til a later visit.
Starting with the 4th of July weekend, we’ll be open Fridays 12-5, Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 12-5.
We’ve got lots of cider for your hot weather enjoyment.
We are under 7 cases of the Bunting Berry Cider at the Winery.
Bunting will be migrating away for a while. Blackbird will be filling its spot in the AEppeltreow ecosystem.
If you want to reserve some of the remaining Bunting for yourself, but can’t make it to the Winery right away, just give us a call, we’ll put your name on some.
We now have Pommeax Apple Dessert Wine and Poirissimo Pear Dessert Wine back in the Tasting Room. Hurray!
We also bottled up some new Cask Strength Brown Dog. It will probably rotate into the Tasting Room this weekend.
Tomorrow we start regular hours. Saturdays 11-4 and Sundays 12-4. We’ll add hours in July.
For this Freya’s Day, I’m revealing the final new release for this weekend:
It’s Thor’s Day Thursday – leaving just two days until our opening weekend.
Another new release for the weekend – the 2014 harvest of Barn Swallow Cider.
This weekend marks the beginning of our 2015 Tasting Room season. And we’ll have a couple of new releases to mark the occasion.
Brut fans will be pleased.