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!
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’ll be at the winery working on the new batch of Barn Swallow Cider. You’re welcome to come pay a visit. We expect to be at the winery roughly from 10-3.
Join us on Saturday January 3, 2015 for our annual Wassail. The winery will open at 4PM and shortly after 5PM, we’ll go out into the orchard to toast the trees.
All are welcome. Please RSVP with an email to cider @ appletrue.com – or leave a message on the winery phone. Not strictly necessary, but we like to have an idea of how many we are expecting.
Come help us thank the orchard.
With the change of the season, marked by the end of Daylight Savings Time, we are reverting to our Winter hours. That’s Saturday 11-4 and Sunday 12-4. We are often there a bit early – and you call/email for an early appointment or a midweek appointment. We tend not to stay too late – since it gets really dark out on the farm.
We’ve made it through peak season (Hurray!) with a bit of most products left – but not much. We are low on Kinglet Bitter, Sparrow Spiced, Pommeaux and the Blenheim Orange Single Barrel Cider. We have plenty of Sparkling Cider and Perry, Apple Brandy and Brown Dog Whiskey.
Thanks for making it a great Fall Season. We’ll be open weekends until December 14th. Our orchard partner, Brightonwoods, will be open until the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
Sorry Folks, but the wind is blowing our doors off.
We’ll see you Saturday and Sunday, though!