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We have enjoyed our numerous visits here -- the cider they produce is unique - tangy and wonderful! The staff is helpful and friendly -- the tours are informative. There is always something new or added to the place each time we visit (about every...More
Millstone Cellars is not the kind of place one just stumbles upon. It's about as out of the way as it gets, however it is totally worth it to plan a "daily double" and pair a visit here with the bucolic Ladew Topiary Gardens, only...More
We have been fans of Millstone since they opened. They continue to grow and add new charm. Stop in for a great tour and great ciders at the post and beam. If you like Cider, you must come to Millstone.
We attended a celebratory event upstairs here and the open air rustic environment with the dry ciders was wonderful. I appreciate the funky, dry ciders, as it is hard to find non-sweet versions in the US. They are doing a great job and it reminds...More
The building is fabulous and very well renovated, I loved the tasting room which was a very pleasant end to the tour. Personally, I found all the ciders too dry but that is a question of personal preference rather than a criticism.
We were on the Piedmont Tour and this was our last stop of the day. We were very impressed with the knowledge of the staff, as well as the historic mill. The ciders were very good! The Gingeroot and Hopvine were the favorites being sampled....More
I have previously reviewed Millstone, but wanted to give it another one since things have changed. I have been going every few months, and each time I go, they have renovated and expanded! They have a new tasting room upstairs, as well as an indoor...More
We went off the highway through some beautiful countryside to go to a tasting here. Not only was the drive pretty, the hard ciders were really well done. All are on the dry, rather than sweet side, so if you prefer sweet ciders, go elsewhere....More
The tour was informative and interesting. The tasting was well done and helpful in choosing a cider or mead. The response to email was poor when wanting to purchase quantity for an event. Hours are limiting and parking can be a challenge too.