Welcome to Armstrong Apples Orchard & Winery
Our season came to an end on November 17, 2013. Enjoy a warm and cozy winter. Thanks for coming by.
We are dedicated to growing the healthiest and best tasting apples and peaches possible. We have about 3000 trees with 11 varieties.
Enjoy award winning Wisconsin wines. Our winemaker has been making great wines for over 20 years and he will be making wine from our apples, peaches and other locally grown Wisconsin fruit. Come by and sample some of our wine at our tasting bar. Free wine tastings. Wines are available by the glass, bottle, or by the case. Join our wine club and get notices of special reserves before they are sold to everyone else. We also give tips on how to select the right food pairing, how to enjoy chocolate with the right wine and other useful tips to make your wine a special occassion each time.
Enjoy the unique atmosphere of Armstrong located in the Kettle Moraine area. We want you to enjoy your experience at our farm. We hope to see you soon and often.
Armstrong Apples is a small family-business farm located between Fond Du Lac and Plymouth or southeast of Eden. When we moved to Armstrong 27 years ago we knew it was the place we wanted to be forever. We love the land and decided to grow fruit; we love the people and wanted to be a part of their community. We love the business and want to share what we believe is the closest thing to heaven on earth with you. We don't always get it right but we strive to give you the very best we have to offer. We're not here for the profit; farming is too difficult for that so if you like what you find here we're delighted and if this isn't your cup of cider, we'll be happy to help you find another grower near by.
Our Product Philosophy
Armstrong Apples has become a local center for a wide variety of products, ranging from fresh fruit to cider, bakery, jams, salsa & preserves, fudge, and wines. We offer other products that are made locally when we find something exceptional and that's often. The only qualifier is that it has to be Wisconsin grown/made and good. What's good for our customers is ultimately good for us.