Sealand, and not least, North Sealand is rich in local food and products. You will find Danish-produced ice cream, wine, beer, whiskey, meat, fruit, and much more on this page. Find new farm shops and go on experience their unique selection. Some days you can meet the Danish wine farmers in the vineyard between the vines or the brewmaster at the microbrewery starting a new beer. You will not come home empty-handed from North Sealand if you travel according to the great taste.
North Sealand is home to proud local producers and creative entrepreneurs who use passion and patience to produce high-quality artisan food and beverage items with a superior taste
Take a trip out into the North Sealand countryside, drive along the winding country roads, and make stops at the charming farm shops or buy seasonal vegetables at the local market while meeting the local farmers.
North Sealand's fertile soil gives the product its distinctive taste. Here, farmers, producers, and eateries are all closely connected. The soil also impacts the taste of something as un-Danish as wine, produced with great success by North Sealand winemakers offering tastings and tours.
Pop into the small distilleries, where the noble taste of corn, herbs, and berries are transformed into golden drops in the form of whisky, gin, liqueur, and aquavit, or have a taste of the local quality beer brewed in the copper vats at the microbrewery. North Sealand's craft foods carry the story of tradition and innovation and that of local enthusiasts who are passionate about excellent quality and taste. Farm shops sell the most delicious meat from free-range cows; spicy sausages and other charcuterie items are handmade by the butcher following artisan traditions.
In North Sealand, you will also find the delicate production of ice cream and butter made by hand from fresh ingredients and unique cheeses steeped in rich local history. There are also many local delicacies to sample – from handmade chocolates to mustard, sauces, juices, aquavit, rye bread, and so much more – in the small speciality shops around North Sealand.