Did you welcome in 2022 and realize you are missing your favorite Apple Hill Ranches and products? Not to worry – you still can get Apple Hill quality goods and treats from some of our growers. Some ranches have remained open and some are selling at Farmers’ Markets. Take a look to see who you can go visit now and who might be selling right down the street from you at your local Farmers’ Market.
Open Right Now
Wineries are open!
The Apple Hill Growers host many award-winning wineries that stay open all year. It is a great time to visit your favorite winery to sample their wine in a unique setting that you may never get to experience again. Check the website of your favorite winery before you go. Some wineries may be requesting that you make an appointment before you visit, while others may not.
Farms that are open!
Farmstand is open to the public Thursday and Saturday, 10am-5pm, where you will find organic fruits and veggies for sale. Read their Facebook Posts for what is available and ready to buy now.
The cider barn is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm, and you will find baked treats in the bakery on those days, too. Check below to see what Farmers’ Markets they are selling at or their Facebook Posts for current info.
Currently open Saturdays and Sundays, 10am – 6pm with apples, beer, hard cider, Smokehouse BBQ and events throughout the season. For the latest info, check our Facebook Posts.
This Apple Hill Grower has a fabulous bed & breakfast inn with some great amenities and delicious breakfasts in Placerville. For more info visit their Website.
Open on weekends, starting in May. We are a diverse little family operation. We grow all of our produce right here on the farm, including wine grapes, chestnuts, 17 varieties of apples, olives, and figs. Preserves, condiments, wine, and hard apple cider, too. And this year we have fresh flowers (u-pick and bouquets). Join us!
Selling at Local Farmers’ Markets
If you are in the Bay Area and want some Fuji, Pink Lady or Granny Smith Apple Hill Apples stop by the Rainbow Orchards booth. They also have their fresh pressed refereshing apple juice for sale. If you are looking for their wines or hard cider, some markets may have these, too.
8am-1pm, San Rafael Market
8am-2pm, Ferry Plaza SF Market
9am-1pm, Daly City Market
8am-2pm,Old Oakland Market
9am-1pm, El Cerrito Market
9am-1pm, Walnut Creek Diablo Vly Market
9am-2pm, Oakland Grand Lake Market
9am-12:30pm, SF Alemany Market
8am-1:30pm, Ferry Plaza SF Market
9am-1pm, Pleasanton Market
9am-1pm, San Mateo Market
9am-1pm, Saratoga Market
9am-1pm, Sunnyvale Market
9am-1pm, Santa Clara Market
8am-1pm, Marin Market
9am-1pm, Walnut Creek Market
9am-1pm, Martinez Market
9am-1pm, Moraga Market
9am-1pm, Oakland Temescal Market
9am-1pm, Montclair Market
9am-2pm, Clement St SF Market
9am-2pm, Divisadero SF Market
9am-1pm, Inner Sunset SF Market
9am-1pm, Stonestown SF Market
9am-1:30pm, Fort Mason SF Market
9am-1pm, Newark Market
9am-1pm, Mountan View Market
9am-1pm, Palo Alto Market
9am-1pm, Blossom Hill Market
9am-1pm, Campbell Market
I never knew broccoli came in so many beautiful shapes, colors and sizes until I saw what Patrick’s Garden has been growing. They also are currently featuring some Apple Hill grown apples and other produce. Check out these Sacramento/Davis farmers’ markets to visit the Patrick’s Garden booth or follow them on Patrick’s Gardens Instagram
SATURDAY, Downtown Davis, 8am-1pm: Davis Farmer’s Market
SATURDAY, Country Club Plaza, 8am-12
SUNDAY, Central Farmers Market (behind Sears at Arden Fair Mall), 8am – 12
Have you heard of Cutie Pies? They are from the Apple Pantry Farms of the Apple Hill Growers, and they sell at local farmers’ markets. If you are a fan of the juicy fresh baked goodness that comes out of their kitchens in the fall, you have to track them down at these local farmers’ markets to get some of their fresh baked mini pies, turnovers and pop tarts.
SATURDAYS, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Midtown Farmers’ Market
If you have been wanting some Hard Apple Cider but don’t want to take a trip up to Apple Hill you can find Hidden Star products at Bay area farmers’ markets. Besides their Hard Cider made from Apple Hill Apples they also carry products from their second location in San Leandro such as their fruit extracts, fruit juices and Apple Sauce.
WEDNESDAYS & SUNDAYS, 7am-3pm Heart of the City
SATURDAYS, 8am-1pm Noe Valley
SATURDAYS, 9am-1pm San Mateo
SATURDAYS, 8am-2pm Ferry Plaza
SATURDAYS, 9am-2pm Marin Country Mart
SATURDAYS, 9am-1pm Palo Alto
SUNDAYS, 9am-1pm Campbell