Just Peachy: Ontario Peach Ciders

With peach season comes peach cider season, and Ontario cideries have you covered. Sweet, dry, or tart – but always refreshing, there’s a peach cider for you. Here’s our round-up of some delicious Ontario peach ciders.


Ravine Vineyard

Lowrey Peach Cider

Made from pure Ontario peach juice from Lepp Farms in Niagara, this bone dry cider brings the peach orchard to you with its beautiful aroma and refreshing finish. Plus, we recommend an in-person pickup at their Niagara winery to visit their Feast On certified restaurant, you’ll thank us later.

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Spirit Tree Cider

Peachy Pear

Peach or pear? Can’t decide? Why not both? This off-dry pear cider balances with a hit of roasted peach and a pinch of cinnamon. Best enjoyed ice cold on a dock – but anywhere out in the summer sunshine should do the trick.

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Stadium Island Peach

This semi-sweet cider is big on peaches for those looking for fuzzy-peaches vibes. It finishes with a pleasant tartness leaving you craving that next sip. Plus, when you visit their Feast On certified ciderhouse in Toronto, you know you’re supporting local food and drink.

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401 Cider Company

Peach Cider

Need a reason to stop by the Big Apple just off highway 401? Well, they’ve got a delicious peach cider for you try. This dry cider brings you that fresh orchard aroma, kick of peach, and tart finish that makes for a refreshing, balanced cider.

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County Cider Company

County Peach

This is County Cider’s best-seller in their retail store, and for good reason – it’s delicious. Semi-sweet with big peach aroma over a delightful apple backdrop, plus their recommendation of using it to up your brunch game with a twist on a mimosa mixing it with orange juice sounds like something we’re very into.

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