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The quaint, cozy, historic atmosphere is 5-stars. Both inside and outside seating.
The ciders are not to my taste, so 3-stars. They have no sweetness at all. We tried all five offered today. Similar to five different very dry white wines, not my thing.
Very nice tasting room and friendly service.
Pro for their cider - not the sugar bombs that taste artificial that too many are making in VA
Cons - most taste pretty similar, dry, but limited flavor profile, tart, not very interesting.
There were some things to like about our visit to Wild Hare. We loved being able to bring our dog inside to hang out. There were also some good ciders, particularly the Hopscotch which I contemplated buying a bottle of. However, I wasn't willing to...More
Visited with a friend while sipping our way through VA wine country. By following the GPS and the "Hard Cider" signs along the way, we were able to find the location pretty easily. The tasting room is in a long building that runs perpendicular to...More
This is a cute little tasting room and the staff was super friendly and knowledgeable about the ciders offered. We were happy to find that the ciders were not sweet-headache-inducing ciders, but dry ciders, which was what we were hoping for.
Definitely check this out...More
Stopped here for a tasting while out on a motorcycle ride with my husband. What a delightful discovery. Wild Hare produces something closer to the kind of cider you find in England - not the sugar bomb garbage usually produced in the US. These ciders...More