The hours on the website had gotten reset back the winter hours. I’ve fixed them – Fri 12-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5. Limited tastings. Low on Orchard Oriole Perry and Antique Russet. New Gin and 3 Year Old Brown Dog Whiskey.
Summary: as we are By Appointment this time of year anyway, we will continue accepting Appointments – but for pick-up only. No tastings.
If we have multiple requests, we’ll space them out so people don’t overlap. And we’ll see what May brings.
We’re also revisiting Direct to Consumer shipping. I’ll post if we get a system set up.
These are both novel and trying times. Certainly there are few among us who can share memories of 1918. And I certainly hope the world is more capable than a century ago. Take care of each other and stay healthy.
Sunset (4pm-6pm) 1/4/2020. Come out and sing to the trees with us.
Please RSVP by Facebook, email, or phone message.
There’s a widespread power outage in our area. We haven’t closed yet (1PM) – but are watching the situation.
We’re down to the last 6 cases on the shelf.
It’s going fast!
OK Folks, I did some updates this morning:
1) Fall Hours added
2) New Tasting Pricing, $10 for all Winery products
3) Updated Menu with Bluebird Barreled Cider, Antique Russet Still Cider, Bumbleberry Dessert Wine, Chestnut Aged Pear Brandy, Maple Smoothed Raspberry Brandy and pulling some sold out products.
We will be open Labor Day!
Cyser is gone! Long Live Cyser.
We’re also getting low on Orchard Oriole Perry – only 2 cases unopened.
I’ll update the hours on Friday – but we will be open on Labor Day.
Wow, that was fast. Partly because it was really good. Scarlett has migrated away for the season, but it will be back next year. Hope for an abundant crop of red-fleshed apples!
As noted elsewhere, this weekend is the biggest cider sales week of the year – at least for the broader industry. To help you do your bit, we’ll be open reduced hours on the 4th, and are starting our Fri-Sun summer hours this week, too.
By the way – I switched the Hours Widget on the sidebar – hopefully it’s easier to read.