Bishop’s Orchards Farm Market & Winery
BAKERY & KITCHEN
From our kitchen to your tables, the freshest world famous pies, ice cream & the “Fradiani Frenzy,” breads, croissants, muffins, scones, turnovers, dumplings, quiche, stuffed breads, salads, sandwiches, wraps, parfaits, cakes, cookies, bars, hot soup bar, and a large assortment of “grab N go” meals.
PICK YOUR OWN
At Bishop’s Orchards we work hard and take pride in growing the highest quality fruits to enjoy year after year from our family to yours. All the fresh products are available either seasonally at our Pick Your Own (PYO) locations and/or annually at our farm market.
The summer sun shining down on our orchards provides an ideal location to spend part of the day to enjoy the fun of picking your own quality fruit directly from the bushes or trees. Each year the PYO season may vary due to weather and crop abundance, yet generally runs from mid-June until the end of October. To ensure you have the most accurate information, we recommend calling ahead at our 24-hour information phone line of 203-458-PICK (7425). This phone line is also updated daily during the picking season to provide the latest information to all our valued customers.
Bishop’s Orchards Winery offers an abundance of our own fruit wines and hard ciders in addition to popular statewide Connecticut Farm Wines. The superb reputation, natural flavors and juices of the fruit grown at Bishop’s has matured into a diverse collection of award-winning fruit wines and hard ciders. Each specialty fruit wine is created by our on-site Winemaker, Keith Bishop, who is also a fifth-generation member of the Bishop’s family and Co-Owner and Co-CEO. He continues to highlight the annual farm-grown fruits of apples, peaches, pears, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. Bishop’s Orchards Winery offers unique, flavorful wines that suit an abundance of palettes and have a striking visual presentation from the bottle to the glass. Experience a one-of-a-kind wine tasting at our wine bar that is a part of the original 1928 barn that is available year round, seven days a week.