Wildflower Honey
Wildflower Honey
Wildflower Honey

Wildflower Honey


Virginia Piedmont


Medium Beige



Tasting Notes:

A delicate, fresh, floral nose of violet and clover. Warm and buttery taste, apricot, intensely complex. Beautiful acidity, lovely long persistent finish, tannic.


Harvested in and around Albemarle County in the Virginia Piedmont, this lovely multi-floral honey is a true testament to honoring native wildflower and pollinator habitats.  Contributing to this lovely expression are Crimson Clover, Tulip Poplar, Cherry, Blackberry, Black Locust, Goldenrod, Native Sunflowers, Ironweed, Buckwheat, Brassica, Milkweed, Sunflower, Black and Brown Eyed Susans, Wild Bergamot, Purple Coneflower, Blue Lobelia, Elderberry, Silky Dogwood, Winterberry Holly, Devil’s Walking stick and more. Wildflower honeys will differ from year to year, always at the whim of the weather, each expression representing the blooms that flourished in that particular season. Truly a time and place in a jar.