Savor The Land, Drink Real Cider

EsoTerra Ciderworks welcomes you to enjoy premium artisanal ciders crafted from the heritage apples and historic orchards of the wild Southwest
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Welcome to EsoTerra

We welcome you to EsoTerra Ciderworks, a wayward port in the storm for lovers of fine ciders. We are a family-owned and operated cidery with a mission to share one-of-a-kind artisanal ciders to all willing and eager tastebuds. Take a seat at one of our tasting rooms in Durango and Dolores in scenic Southwest Colorado! Let us take you on a tour of that finest and most joyous transformation an apple can embark upon.

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Taste The Difference:
Award-Winning Cider

EsoTerra Ciderworks is dedicated to crafting cider that is born from a land somewhat forgotten, focusing on the unique flavors of a multitude of apple varieties. Our ciders have no coloring, no flavoring, and no additives–Not even sugar. We stand by the simple truth, that Apples + Yeast & Time create unique and classic ciders.

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Sip on the incomparable flavors of the American Southwest… Without leaving the comfort of your home.

Rooted in the Historic Southwest

The region surrounding EsoTerra’s tasting room is home to historic apple trees and orchards, and boasts an abundance of over 500 heritage apple varieties and over 100 feral apple varieties – many unique to this region. EsoTerra works with over 50 family orchards and backyard tree owners in Southwest Colorado.

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The Place To be: The Tasting Room

Located in scenic Southwest Colorado, our two tasting rooms are designed to delight and relax. Our headquarters in Dolores have a unique origin story that ties it to the history of apples in this region for decades. Our newest tasting room in historic Durango is conveniently located in the heart of Main Street. Come and enjoy your cider alongside great conversation, lively events, and delicious food.

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