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!
Two releases in one weekend!
Thanks to Kitty and Milissa, this year’s ‘pomage’ of our traditional English-ish draft cider is available. It’s the partner to our English-ish dry, tannic Orchard Oriole Perry, which is also ready for sale now.
The Kinglet is not as short supply as the Oriole – but I don’t expect it to last the Summer. So stop in to the ÆppelTreow Tasting Room some weekend soon.
This year’s draft perry, from estate-grown traditional English perry cultivars, is bottled, and will be released this weekend, May 25-26th.
Due to the poor crop following the Horrid Torrid March of Twenty Twelve, this batch of Orchard Oriole Perry is very limited – just 17 cases. You’ll have to come to the Tasting Room to get some – but we will reserve some for you by phone or email.
I will admit that I had some during bottling last night – and it’s pretty tasty.
The 2011 pomage of Pommeaux is gone from the Tasting Room.
We are on track to release the 2012 Orchard Oriole Perry and Kinglet Bitter Draft Cider next weekend. These will be Tasting Room exclusives this year.
We also have all the glass on hand to bottle up more dessert wines. You should come out and see how stuffed the winery is right now.
Barn Swallow has returned to the Tasting Room! Hurray! 750mL bottles are back on sale.
And if you are interested in sixth barrels for your home bar/kegerators, this is the time to pre-order.
A little recognition for our Barn Swallow Draft Cider from the Chicago Reader.