Cidermaking is a playground of the pretty and the ugly, the bitter and the sweet: It’s never a one-note song when done well. Our apples reflect the striking, complex terroir of Washington’s apple country — from juicy dessert fruit to biting, spirited cider varieties. Simply put, apples contain contradictions. And it’s when we follow their every wild and quiet possibility, and seek out juxtapositions of flavor, that we find our most delicious end result.
We make cider that’s as interesting as the land it comes from. Our apples grow in a rugged, sun-drenched, windblown Yonder — Wenatchee Valley, the heart of America’s apple country. With soil seasoned by glaciers and orchards sheltered by rocky bluffs, it’s an otherworldly place that produces the best fruit we know of. We hope you like the bright and bold tastes of this special landscape — and that you enjoy a Yonder anywhere there’s a friendly face.