Cobbler Mountain Cellars, Delaplane
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Cobbler Mountain~ Home to the "Little Winery That Could"~ is where the fairies live in big poplar trees, children run barefoot to Thumb Run Creek and stories of the wise Grandfathers and kind Grandmothers are shared around the Grand Fire Circle at the foot of the forest. A legendary dreamer, Grandfather McCarthy, discovered Big Cobbler Mountain in 1959. His love of creatures and exploring has been preserved and passed down to his children and grandchildren. Come hike a wooded trail. Open a bottle of imagination. Sip handcrafted wines with the makers. Find a little fantasy under the old apple tree. Who knows who you will meet along the way?By using our Delaplane itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Cobbler Mountain Cellars and other attractions in Delaplane.
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Recently went to the Cobbler Mountain Cellars. The wine tasting was less than expected but worth the $8. The cider tasting was fantastic. We had a large group that made the experience more fun. We sat... read more »
Talk about a picture perfect view. Excited to stop here for the winery but we actually fell in love with the cider. It is so good and they have so many varieties. Check back often -- we will-- as seas... read more »
This is a very small cider operation. Their ciders are great! Not the dry type that is similar to Champagne. The sampling is reasonably priced. Great flavors with our favorites being Orange and Cinnam... read more »
This place is pretty far off the beaten path way out in the country. That said it is a pretty location. The ciders ranged from fair to really excellent (to my taste anyway). My favorites are the orange, blackberry and cinnamon flavors. A tasting will run you about 8 dollars and they have many bottle/growler options available.
My wife and I wanted to go to Barrell Oak Winery but this place was closer and had the same rating so we decided to go. We loved it! We did a tasting and got two extra tastings one of which was an amazing cider that won a medal! The wine guy, Joel, was great! He knows his stuff and is super charismatic. Definitely go here! They have love music every weekend! Tastings cost $12 each and you get about 8 wines. All the wines won medals!
I do not understand how this place has good reviews. It was the worst winery I have ever been to. The people were not friendly, the wine was disgusting, and I don't know how they can consider those drinks as ciders. The only redeeming quality was the atmosphere so it is a shame the quality was so poor.
One of the more excellent ciders I have tasted
Terrific wines and cider. Friendly staff. Beautiful views of the mountain and vineyard.
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