Picking Apples
Picking Apples

We know how difficult it is to grow good wine grapes in Maine. Our climate is much better suited to apple, pear and maple trees than to vineyards. So, our raw ingredients come from farmers we know and we’re proud to be able to buy local.

The Apple Farm in Fairfield supplies us with the sweet ciders used to make our fruit wine. Their apple mix changes depending on the season but the pears are all bosc. An added benefit is the absence of preservatives.

We get our syrup from the Bacon Farm in Sidney, where maple syrup remains the focus of these 6th generation sugar producers.

At Tree Spirits we know the people who grow the fruit and press our cider and the people who tap the trees that produce our syrup. We know one of the reasons Tree Spirits’ products taste so good is that they begin with the natural goodness of Maine.

Our everyday drinking wines we call Picnic wines because they are fun to drink inside or out, at the table, on the deck, beside a river, or on the slopes.

ApplePear, and Maple picnic wines are light and flavorful and NOT SWEET! It’s one of the comments we often hear from people who remember the wines of our youth.

Pear picnic wine & pear extra dry wine
Pear Picnic Wine & Pear Extra Dry Wine
Apple picnic wine
Apple Picnic Wine

We also chose to make some of our wines sparkling because we think they are interesting to make and fun to drink. Our Apple extra dryPear extra dry, and Maple demi-sec sparkling wines are an excellent addition to any party or celebration.

Maple Demi-sec
Maple Demi-Sec
Apple extra dry wine
Apple Extra Dry Wine

Our Maple Storm is port-like, a fortified wine that is a blend of two thirds of our Maple picnic wine and one third of our Knotted Maple. Perfect for after dinner sipping.

Maple Storm
Maple Storm
Maple Picnic Wine
Maple Picnic Wine
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