After a hard long foggy week, we were all ready for a drive to the country yesterday, and so we piled into the car and headed to the north shore.
On the way through Wheatley River we spotted a sign for the Island Honey Wine Company; curious, we turned left onto the Millboro Road and, as promised, came across it 900 m later.
They were open, and we spent 30 minutes learning about honey wine (which is mead by another name) from Charles Lipnicki, the proprietor. Catherine tried a sample flight of their three offerings ($5, deducted from the price of an eventual purchase).
We left with a bottle of Wildflower Honey Mead along with a bottle of their honey and a bar of their soap.