Cherries From Door County Wisconsin

Featured Article, Food and Travel, Ingredient, Recipes, Regional Food
on January 16, 2012
Cherry Sundae
Mark Boughton/styling: Teresa Blackburn

You may not have visited Door County, Wisconsin, but if you've eaten an American-grown cherry recently, there's a good chance it came from there. The farmers there produce roughly 12 million pounds of cherries a year and Wisconsin ranks fourth in the nation's cherry-producing states, all of which are grown in Door County. If you can't make it there in person, try ordering straight from the source.

Door County Cherry Sources

Check out these mail-order sources for everything from wine to preserves to dried and fresh cherries by the pound or crate.