Located in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains in Southwest Virginia, Foggy Ridge Cider grows heirloom cider apples and produces traditional hard cider. Only 8 miles from the the Blue Ridge Parkway on a stunning 200 acre farm overlooking orchards, Foggy Ridge Cider offers tastings, education about the entire cidermaking process, and frequent special events.
Foggy Ridge Cider has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Imbibe, Gourmet, Bon Appétit, Saveur, Garden & Gun and Esquire magazine, as well as the CBS Sunday Morning Show. Food & Wine magazine named Foggy Ridge a “Small Batch Superstar” in October 2010. Foggy Ridge Cider has received many “Best Of” awards, including kudos from the NY Times for Serious Cider, and a 2015 James Beard Award nomination for Best Beverage Professional. Foggy Ridge is sold in ten states from NY throughout the New Orleans at fine restaurants and discerning shops.
Foggy Ridge Cider is a member of 'Round the Mountain Artisan Network located on the Harmony Trail in Carroll County. Cider offerings include Serious Cider, First Fruit, Stayman Winesap and two dessert ciders Pippin Gold and Pippin Black both a blend of hard cider and Virginia apple brandy. Open on Saturday 11 to 5 and Sunday 12 to 5, April through December.