Yesterday I went to Hereford with Wyld Wood Cider to visit their organic cider farm and apple orchards.
It was a really interesting experience visiting Weston’s; a fifth generation, family-run business founded by Henry Weston in 1878. They harvest the apples, ferment their cider and also distribute it themselves. The whole process involves such history, passion and integrity… and even the cider vats have names.
So, below is my photo story of the day, which started with an enlightening talk from the Soil Association just before a wonderful organic lunch which fuelled us for the tour… You can see a video I made from the trip here as well as a Steller story with extra videos here…
This post is kindly sponsored by Wyld Wood Organic Cider