Last Updated on 2020-06-14 by Linda
I was impressed at first view, the stone buildings, the setting, the picturesque displays meant to entice one inside. Walking into the tasting room was an experience, it was like walking into your favourite cellar ( if you had a favourite cellar). The cool stone walls created a slight chill in the air, reminding one of the crispness of the fall air. Then through the tasting room out to the outdoor restaurant with a view of the water. Truly a spectacular place.
We went directly for a tasting and had a wonderful experience. The “Cider Sommelier” ( what do you call a cider expert?) was knowledgeable and once he realized how enthused the kids were to be there he made their tasting extra special.
After the tasting we went outside to enjoy the view and wait for a table for Wood fire pizza and ciders. One exciting note, I posted the picture below on Instagram and it was picked up by a Toronto Magazine ( how cool is that)
Vineyards and Cider Companies aside for a minute there is something very special about showing your kids something new and exciting. Watching them experience for the first time something you love and realizing they have the same passion. We love touring the vineyards and watching the kids experience it for the first time made our July trip pretty special.
WE ordered the Pepperoni and the Margherita Pizza’s and they were delicious, served with a variety of ciders it made for a refreshing picnic lunch by the water. Truly seeing the water through the grape vines is pretty special,
Take a trip to Prince Edward County and make sure you stop off at the Cider Company, you will not be disappointed.