If you could walk through an apple orchard right now your senses would be surrounded with the heady mixture of ripening apples, drying hay, crisp air and hot sunlight and fall wildflowers visited one by one by the honey bees. The chefs and restaurants in Door County know how to capture that essence of autumn and translate it into one-of-a-kind artisanal dining experiences…
Flavors that speak the language of autumn include cinnamon, apple, pumpkin and maple and no one makes coffee with these flavor combinations better than Carlsville’s Door County Tea and Coffee. Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Creamy Pumpkin Soup are some of the most popular features this fall. Cooler days make having a warming cup of coffee even more appealing and with all the choices available at Door County Tea and Coffee you are certain to find your new favorite. You can just smell the Apple Cobbler Coffee, the Caramel Apple Coffee or the Door County Maple Flavored Coffee.
Don’t leave Carlsville just yet, just go north and prepare to enjoy a few hours viewing art, sipping wines and catching a tour or two.
The chefs at Bistro 42 have years of experience pairing the wines with the seasonal bounty of Door County’s orchards, woodlands and gardens. On September 15th you can attend a Winemakers Dinner, where you will learn and enjoy throughout the meal. (more…)