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.
Our Tasting Room season officially starts next weekend. But we have so much to work on that we’ll be there this Saturday and Sunday anyway. Well, give or take a snow storm. So I’m changing the hours now. Sat. 11-4, Sun 12-4.
PS: We will have new batches of Sparkling Perry and Kinglet Proper Cider available, AND our new small batch Scarlett Tanager ‘Rosey’ pink cider.
We are down to the last 4 unopened Sparkling Perry cases and the last unopened Cask Strength Apple Brandy for this season.
Call / email / message if you’d like some set aside until you can visit. And/or visit soon!
It’s that time again! Beginning May 5th, we’ll be open weekends for tasting and purchasing. Hours vary by month: May and June are 11-4 Sat, 12-4 Sun,
All 6 Songbird Ciders are now available in 4packs of cans! We’ll be running a sale on the last bottles of Barn Swallow, Spice and Scrumpy until they are gone; the Sparkling DOUX II, too.
Blossom is running behind, what with the cold Spring, but 5/5 is also the Real Racine Open House, which likes to include us. We’re -almost- in Racine County.
Folks, while we had planned on today being a canning day – and had told some people we would be there – we are staying home because of the ice. It’s unpleasant out there! Sorry if we miss anyone.