Wrangletown Cider



In the heart of Redwood Country, just a few miles east of Humboldt Bay is the small community formerly known in the 1800’s as ‘Wrangletown’. This former logging town with a population of 300 people and 7 saloons in its’ day, held the reputation for some wild times! According to local history, two strong-willed women from separate households were especially notorious for their very public disagreements that often resulted in brawling in the street. It has been said that a passing stagecoach driver named Foster publicly declared that the town should be named ‘Wrangletown’. 

This small batch craft cider made from select Cider Apples and honors the history of Apple Farming in Humboldt County's history. 

In addition to Cider, I also make wines under the North Story Wines label. I offer Pinot Noir, Carignane and Syrah. The grapes are selected from small and meticulously farmed vineyards.