Welcome to Armstrong Apples, Orchard & Winery!

Opening again June 2, 2016 at 10am.


We are dedicated to growing the healthiest and best tasting apples possible.  We have about 3000 trees with 11 varieties.

Enjoy award winning Wisconsin wines. Our winemakers have been making great wines for over 20 years and he will be making wine from our apples, peaches and other locally grown Wisconsin fruit.  Stop in for 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 anyone else.


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.

Check out Jay on the Radio!




Great interview and good information on the Orchard and Winery.  Jay's interview starts at 13 minutes into the show, if you want to skip ahead.

June 11 Wine and canvas party.


June 24 Wine and Barn Board paint event.

Market Hours

SEASON opening

June 2


Hours Thursday thru Sunday


Phone: 920.477.3007

W853 County Rd B

Campbellsport, WI 53010

Our mailing address is Campbellsport but we are actually located in the town of Armstrong which is southeast of Eden, northwest of Dundee, west of Plymouth. Check our map

for added directions.

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What's New?

Look what we found to take the place of the zorb ball.

More Concerts

This year we will have music in the orchard every other Saturday evening starting June 18.  We've got your old favorites and some new performers lined up. Please go to the events page for more details.


New Wines

First Blush (semi sweet grape from marquette grapes)

Passion (semi dry marquette red grape; this wine sold out in 2 months in 2013 when we had it last and this time we have an excellent crop)

We crafted a  hard apple cider for 2016. The cider is a farmhouse cloudy cider with a hint of pumpkin made from our estate grown apples. We sell it in a 12 ounce or 750 ML bottle.


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