Island Orchard Cider

We specialize in a Normandy Style Cider. Our family produces a handcrafted traditional French cider, which has a lighter texture and is more wine-like. The ciders are dry, crisp and refreshing; richly complex with fruit, natural tannins, sugars and higher acidity. These all come together to create a cider that is delicious with food.

The cider apples are grown at our orchard on Washington Island, located in Door County. Slowly planting cider cultivars from France, England and America, we tested the types that would work best with the Island's climate and rocky limestone soil. We grow apple cultivars from sharps to bitter-sharps to dessert apples and many different varieties of pears.

Come visit our Door County Cider House. Enjoy samples in our Tasting Room and see where the handcrafted cider is fermented and bottled. Tasting Room open April to mid-December. Product served and sold throughout Wisconsin.
Hours:

SPRING (4/8–5/29)
Fri: Noon-5 pm
Sat: Noon-5 pm
Sun: Noon-5 pm 

SUMMER/FALL (6/3–10/24)
Daily: Noon-6 pm 

WINTER (10/28–12/17)
Fri: Noon-5 pm
Sat: Noon-5 pm

*Closed mid-December to April*

 Region:  Door County

Varietals:

Apple Cherry Cider, Brut Apple Cider, Oak Aged Apple Cider, Pear Cider

Open to the Public.

Amenities:
Retail Sales
Free Tasting Room

Nearby Attractions:

The Clearing Folk School
Washington Island Ferry
Door County Restaurants & Art Galleries
Peninsula State Park
 

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