Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

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Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

Elderberry Now

Certification of Food Safety System and Manufacturing Facilities.

Wyldewood Cellars is proud to announce the completion of the assessment and certification of its management system and manufacturing facilities to meet the requirements of HACCP and General Principles of Food Hygiene.

 

This certification is for Wyldewood's processing of hot fill Elderberry juice concentrate in bottles. Wyldewood Cellars Elderberry Concentrate is 100% elderberry juice; all natural with no alcohol, no preservatives, sugar or sugar substitutes. We take pride in creating the highest quality Elderberry Concentrate on the market today.

 

Accomplishing this objective is a major milestone in Wyldewood's quest to increase our consumer satisfaction and assure our continued leadership is providing the highest quality products available.

About Our Elderberries
Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.

(217) 469-9463

Elderberry Now

Certification of Food Safety System and Manufacturing Facilities.

Wyldewood Cellars is proud to announce the completion of the assessment and certification of its management system and manufacturing facilities to meet the requirements of HACCP and General Principles of Food Hygiene.

 

This certification is for Wyldewood's processing of hot fill Elderberry juice concentrate in bottles. Wyldewood Cellars Elderberry Concentrate is 100% elderberry juice; all natural with no alcohol, no preservatives, sugar or sugar substitutes. We take pride in creating the highest quality Elderberry Concentrate on the market today.

 

Accomplishing this objective is a major milestone in Wyldewood's quest to increase our consumer satisfaction and assure our continued leadership is providing the highest quality products available.

About Our Elderberries

Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

 - - - - - - - - -

 

Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.
Elderberry Now

Certification of Food Safety System and Manufacturing Facilities.

Wyldewood Cellars is proud to announce the completion of the assessment and certification of its management system and manufacturing facilities to meet the requirements of HACCP and General Principles of Food Hygiene.

 

This certification is for Wyldewood's processing of hot fill Elderberry juice concentrate in bottles. Wyldewood Cellars Elderberry Concentrate is 100% elderberry juice; all natural with no alcohol, no preservatives, sugar or sugar substitutes. We take pride in creating the highest quality Elderberry Concentrate on the market today.

 

Accomplishing this objective is a major milestone in Wyldewood's quest to increase our consumer satisfaction and assure our continued leadership is providing the highest quality products available.

About Our Elderberries

Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

 - - - - - - - - -

 

Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

 

Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.
About Our Elderberries

Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

 - - - - - - - - -

 

Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.

(217) 469-9463

About Our Elderberries

Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

 - - - - - - - - -

 

Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

 

Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.
About Our Elderberries

Elderberries’ Centuries Old History!

 

Elderberries have been a companion to Man since the Stone Age and grow wild in the temperate zones around the world. Red elderberries are found in China, Blue elderberries in the Rocky Mountains, and Black elderberries (sambucus nigra) throughout Europe and the Americas. Black elderberries are a dark purple berry that has many naturally occurring nutri­tional substances: Anthocyanins, Quercetin, Rutin, Polyphenols, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and are naturally low in sugar. Elderberry products are often named Sambucus because the Latin Genus name for elderberry is Sambucus Nigra.

 

Elderberries are an important fruit crop in European Countries where elderberry products can be found in most grocery stores. The USDA NRCS Plant Guide (http://plant­materials.nrce.usda.gov) provides an abundance of information about elderberries as do other resource sites available on the Internet.

 

Elderberries’ relatively thin skin makes long term storage as fruit very difficult, unlike citrus fruit. They are prepared for long term storage by one of three methods: Extracts (fruit processed with chemicals, especially alcohol, to “extract parts of the elderberry”), Powders (by drying and crushing the elderberries), and Liquid Concentrate (juice concentrates are produced by removing water from the natural juice to concentrate the fruit solids by vacuum distillation under 145° Fahrenheit).

 

Difference Between Types of Elderberry Products

 

Most elderberry products are:

 

  1. capsules or tablets of dried elderberry powder
  2. liquid mixtures of extracts or dried powder and alcohol, sugar, or other sweeteners
  3. concentrate made by mixing other juice concentrates with elderberry products.

 

This wide variety of forms and strengths of the extracts used makes comparisons between products extremely difficult and confusing. Most products have a suggested daily amount, which can be used to compare the cost per day of each product. The supplement or nutrition panel displays the serving size and the number of servings in the container. Divide the cost by the number of servings and multiply by the suggested servings per day.

 

How many Grams of Elderberry in a teaspoon of your Concentrate?

 

This is somewhat hard to answer as grams are a unit of mass (weight) which implies dried elderberry powder, and a teaspoon is a unit of volume which implies a liquid. Many elderberry products use grams of dried elderberries to make their product.

 

We are the only pure 100% Elderberry Concentrate on the market. Our ingredient list is Elderberry Concentrate and Water. Our concentrate does not contain “standardized extracts” or dried elderberry powders, only pure concentrated elderberry juice.

 

Our 12.5 fluid ounce bottle of our concentrate takes 3.6 pounds of elderberries to produce. One teaspoon takes 21.8 grams of elderberries to produce. Elderberry juice contains 10% dissolved solids and 90% water. If you would take out all of the water, you have a 10x concentration. One teaspoon of our concentrate contains 1.555 grams (1555 milligrams) of solids or 1555 milligrams of 10x concentrated elderberry juice. The drying and extraction processes remove the water based compounds.

 

Elderberries are naturally low in sugar. One tablespoon of juice (or one teaspoon of our concentrate) contains less than one gram of sugar. Many elderberry products contain added sugar and/or non-elderberry juice concentrates which adds unnecessary calories. We do not do this, we only add water to our Elderberry Super Concentrate to produce 100% Natural Elderberry Concentrate. It has a very tart concentrated flavor, many people add it to their favorite beverage.

 

 - - - - - - - - -

 

Wyldewood Cellars makes the highest quality elderberry product by adding water to elder­berry super concentrate to create a convenient serving size for our customers. We flash pasteurize and bottle it without preservatives. We believe that the best elderberry product is the one that is minimally processed and therefore is closest to the fresh fruit, which is naturally a beautiful deep purple color.

 

Over the last 22 years consumer interest in Elderberries has grown such that this once obscure “noxious weed” has been discussed on National Television Shows “Good Morning America’’, “The Doctors”, and “Dr. Oz”, and on radio via “The Dr. Bob Martin Show”. Wyldewood Cellars takes pride in pro­ducing Elderberry Concentrate that is pure elderberry — with nothing else added.

 

 

Wyldewood Cellars Winery - © 2017-2018 MUST BE 21 or Older to Order. An adult signature (21+) is required for delivery for any wine sales.