Farm to Fork Dinner is an experience to remember!
"Impeccable attention to detail from start to finish. Gorgeous tablescapes, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres awaited guests’ arrival. We were then treated to a wagon ride tour of the farm and learned the history of cranberry growing there. Buffet style dinner with the best brisket I’ve ever eaten (courtesy of Shorty’s BBQ). We dined and conversed and made new friends at tables of 10 along with our gracious hosts. After dinner there was ample time to shop the retail store or linger around campfires with fellow guests. This particular night we also witnessed a beautiful moonrise. A peaceful venue on a century old farm on a perfect summer night. *chefs kiss*"
Cranberries 101 tour
"If you’re looking for a great family experience, this is the place. Gorgeous farm. Very knowledgeable. And it was fun for the entire family!! Put this on your bucket list!"
Bucket List Fun
"We had the time of our lives driving through their beautiful farm - putting on waders, “helping harvest” cranberries - and learning about the bog. Seeing first hand the gorgeous wildlife that lives on their farm was special. The family fun, the food, the shop, and the tours are a redo for our team for sure!"
Memorable dining experience at historic cranberry farm.
"I chose to celebrate my birthday at the Rooted in Red's Farm to Fork dinner. It was above and beyond what I had imagined. Stunning venue, delicious meal, gracious hosts, all served with a casual elegance. I felt special and it will be a lasting memory. I highly recommend and I will do it again."
Catch up on the latest at Rooted In Red.
We take pride in growing exceptional cranberries and being proactive stewards of our farm and the environment. We work with the University of Wisconsin to develop cross-pollinated hybrid vines to sustain cranberry farming well into the future.
Charles Dempze grew his first cranberry in central Wisconsin in 1900.
Today, the fourth and fifth generations of Biegel's are owner operators at Dempze Cranberry and King Cranberries in central and west central Wisconsin. "Keeping the family heritage healthy for the next generation is our family goal" says Jamie Biegel. "Living where we work and play makes us take pride and stewardship responsibility for this special land."