Deep in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, Westons Cider Mill is situated in the old village of Much Marcle. It was in 1878 that Mr Henry Weston came to farm at The Bounds, a farmhouse nestled amongst apple and perry pear orchards.
In 1880, Henry joined the Herefordshire cider-making community and began a legacy of tradition and quality. Making cider and perry from his own fruit, collected from his own orchards, Henry contributed to the annual pattern of life in the country.
In fact, there was always a barrel of cider in the cellar for the family to use - and a hogshead in the cider house for the farm workers. Who, at the start of each day all year round, brought their wooden ‘costrels' to the cider house to be filled with the days allowance.
Since then, we have continued to lovingly produce cider and perry to the highest quality and tradition set out by Henry Weston himself. In fact, to this day we are so proud of our heritage and cider making skills we put our family name on every single bottle