Dishing on secret spots in Napa and Sonoma counties

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A number of cider works have (pardon the pun) sprouted over the last few years. One of them—Tilted Shed Ciderworks—now has a tasting room that is open to the public every Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

During tastings, Tilted Shed owners Ellen Cavalli and Scott Heath pour guests samples of all of the ciders available at that time (usually somewhere between three and five). The owners discuss varieties that go into each cider, walk guests through a photo essay of the production process, and invite visitors to walk through the cidery itself. Though the facility is just a warehouse, the aroma during production is overwhelmingly sweet. The tour, which costs $5 (but is refunded if you buy $40 worth of cider) is worthwhile for that smell alone.

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Categories: Abacos, California, Napa Valley, Sonoma, USA

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