Visit one of our four tasting rooms to enjoy our refreshing Cider: by the glass or buy the growler!
The Monson family has been growing apples in the Yakima Valley since the 1950s. They are well-regarded for their modern growing techniques and high quality fruit. Careful attention to natural resources and the seasonal growing conditions (much in the same way grapes are treated) allows for maximum production of exceptional fruit every year.
Please enjoy our first craft cider! Made in a refreshing, balanced style this versatile cider drinks well alone or paired with spicy and savory foods such as chili, marinated and grilled meats, or pizza.
Visit one of our 4 tasting rooms to experience our newly released craft cider. By the glass or buy the growler.
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We are proud to share our flagship cider with you! A light, honey-gold cider with aromas of Granny Smiths, Fuji's and lemon. Brisk bubbles carry through to the slightly floral finish.
Nectar of the Gods. Crisp and refreshing cider. Pairing the delicate flavors of fresh and dry apricots with the blend of sweet apples.
This is a happy, easy-to-drink, refreshing cider. Apples meet black currants for the perfect blend of both tart and sweet. Berry lovers rejoice this cider was made just for you. This refreshing purple hued cider is exceptional on a cold winter night. Try pairing this with greens, chicken, cheeses and other light fare.
Our seasonal winter cider blends the crisp taste of Washington State apples with a burst of refreshing citrus from Blood Orange juice. Due to the natural process each bottle has a distinct slight haze. We are excited to introduce this to our premium cider lineup.
This seasonal cider started with a bin of apples, bushel of cranberreis and the seasons favorite spices. Tastes like fall. An especially suited sipper for the colder months.