stay wild, drink cider

In the summer of 2015, we left our life in the NYC metro area and moved to a beautiful parcel of land located in the countryside of Washington County, New York. Unbeknownst to us , we were surrounded by hundreds of wild apple trees that spread throughout the meadows, thickets, and understory of native hardwoods that hugged the mountainside. This serendipitous encounter launched our journey into cidermaking and the stewardship of rewilding this land. We are grateful to forage the bounty of wild fruit that grows, along with harvesting honey from our honeybees into wild fermented and natural ciders, cysers and meads

Farm located at:

24 Intervale Road

Greenwich, NY 12834