Known for their tart after-bite, cranberries are unlike any other berry in the Stahlbush lineup.  With cascading scarlet hues, they are one of the most picturesque berries.  Although it’s a rare individual that can enjoy them right out of the bag, cranberries are more traditionally added to sauces, brines and juices.  Incorporate them into apple cakes, Thanksgiving sauces and richly hued beverages for a delightful journey of the versatile cranberry.

Behind the painting “Art of the Perfect Soil”

“Right around the time that Bill and I bought our first acreage on Stahlbush Island, the Oregon wine industry was growing rapidly. Winemakers from all over the country were coming to Oregon to grow their grapes. One of the reasons for this is that the soil in the Willamette Valley is so fertile – it produces strong and nutrient dense produce. We pick our fruits and vegetables at the peak of ripeness, and the richness of the soil really shows in the final product.” – Karla S. Chambers, Co-owner of Stahlbush Island Farms