Wild Roots Teams With Johnson Creek Farms to Launch Cranberry Vodka
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
The vodka uses nearly 2.5 pounds of Oregon-grown cranberries with no sugar added.
“It really tastes like what the actual cranberry fresh off the farm tastes like,” said Wayne Stolz, owner of Johnson Creek Farms.
Johnson Creek Farms
Johnson Creek Farms is a local family-owned cranberry farm located on the Southern Oregon Coast, near the small town of Bandon.
The third generation farm was established in 1965 by Bob and Barbara Stolz and is currently owned and operated by their son Wayne, his wife Kim and their son Jeff.
“We were really looking for was small family farm to work with that produced locally and in an all-natural setting. We are committed to supporting local farms and paying a fair price while seeking to help the Oregon Farm Community grow,” said Chris Joseph, President of Wild Roots.
Oregon is ranked as the third best cranberry producing state in the country.
Wild Roots Vodka
Wild Roots Vodka produces all natural spirits that embody the true essence of the Northwest.
Every bottle of Wild Roots contains over one pound of locally sourced berries giving the vodka a unique color smell feel and homegrown taste.
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