~ VINTNER’S HARVEST RED RASPBERRY FRUIT PUREE 49oz TIN ~
Here’s an extremely fresh tin of Vintner’s Harvest canned RED RASPBERRY fruit puree to add character to your favorite homemade beverages and desserts. Nothing says summer in Oregon like the arrival of the lively Red Raspberry with its distinct and celebrated flavor. Red Raspberries are a delicate fruit with rich sweetness that packs a punch when paired with dark chocolate or cheesecake. Versatile and lively, they are unmatched in savory sauces and a contemporary standard for flavorful lemonades.
These fruits are grown in the best regions of the Pacific Northwest. These purees contain no seeds or stems, which means they are easier to use with up to 10% more product per tin. The purees have been commercially sterilized so that they can be used right from the can. You simply sanitize the can top and opener, open the can, and add the puree to the primary or secondary fermenter! The fruit inside the can has been aseptically packaged so that the flavor and aroma are maintained and there is no need to boil them, which would destroy the flavor and aroma. 49 Ounce tins, packed in the Pacific Northwest.
Red Raspberry Puree is prepared from ripened, washed and sorted RED RASPBERRIES. Puree may be made from fresh berries during the harvest in July; or it may be made from frozen puree stock during the off season months. Our Red Raspberries are carefully grown in the best regions of the Northwest where they are revered for their stunning color and complex flavor. Red Raspberries are cherished in family favorite baked goods, but also ready to explore modern culinary inspirations like Raspberry coulis, sorbet or mocktail and cocktails.
WE CARRY 14 VH PUREE VARIETIES – MIX OR MATCH EXTRA CANS COMBINE SHIP FOR $3 EA
Vintner’s Harvest Purees offer premium quality fruit with the year-round variety every chef, brewer, or winemaker needs. There are no finer products on the market for crafting your own fruit beer, wine, or melomel. One 49oz tin of our puree is perfect for adding to a 5 gallon batch of fruit beer or will make 2.5 gallons of 12% wine with 1.5lbs of sugar. Or, MIX 50/50 WITH LEMONADE and garnish with fresh berries:
The exact origins of the Raspberry are unclear but definite records records of domestication were found in 4th century writings of Palladius, a Roman agriculturist, and seeds have been discovered at Roman forts in Britain. Therefore, the Romans are thought to have spread cultivation throughout Europe. In Medieval Europe, wild berries were considered both medicinal and utilitarian.
Pliny wrote that they called the raspberry ‘idaues’ because it grew thickly on the slopes of Mount Ida. The first people known to have cultivated raspberry were the ancient Greeks. The first recorded raspberry harvest was from Mt. Ida in AD 45.Some have suggested that the Ide mountains in Turkey were the actual place of origin. I can see that, Ida vs Ide.
Record were found in 4th century writing of Palladius, a Roman agriculturist and seeds have been discovered at Roman forts in Britain; hence, the Romans probably spread cultivation throughout Europe. They also used raspberry for medicinal purpose throughout of Europe. The British popularized and improved raspberries throughout the middles ages, and exported the plants to New York by 1771.
Vintner’s Harvest understands from first hand experience the needs of the home enthusiast as well as those of the boutique and small scale wine producer. We have sourced a nice range of fresh quality fruit and honey from the Pacific Coast to meet your needs and deliver value for you. This is the next best thing to fresh fruit only it is available from Hobby Homebrew year round. In some cases the tinned product may be superior because Vintners Harvest uses only the best quality perfectly ripened fruit.
Vintner’s Harvest Fruit Purees are fresh fruit in their own juices with nothing else added – no sugars and no sulfites. With a nice selection of delicious fruits to choose from, the Vintner’s Harvest line of fruit purees is sure to please the most discriminating home beverage maker.