The Waldmet Style starts with the best ingredients that nature has to offer and combines them in such a way to create imbibable products that develop memorably during their journey across your palate...beginning, middle (mid-palate) and end (finish). There’s no need to be a wine expert to appreciate the flavors as the experience is intuitive and hard-wired into our senses.
Although the first day of Spring isn't until March 20th, we wanted to get the celebration started a week early. So that means opening up our back patio, half-priced growler fills all weekend, new multi-bottle discounts, more games, and some news about new libations. Also, we can now ship to California! That makes it 38 states!
Meet Mike. He owns Waldmet Cellars with his wife Amber and is also the Meadmaker there. He's a bit of a fermentation fanatic, experienced home cook, and an avid craftsman & outdoorsman. With a professional background in marketing, graphic design, and software development; mead has been one of his many hobbies that allows him to step away from a screen and get his hands dirty.
Although mead is often associated with Viking and Medieval culture, it has been enjoyed by many others as well. Mead is likely the oldest alcoholic beverage, with evidence of its production being traced back to 6,500 to 7,000 B.C. in Northern China. That's certainly well before beer and grape wine made an appearance. Here’s why you should give this ancient drink a try now.