This is based on an old agreement between the wine lobby and the US government. As one of the only major food groups without a content label, consumers are left in the dark about what is in their wine.
Since there are 76 legal additives approved for use in winemaking, wine is usually an industrialized, sterilized shelf product. Not a natural one.
They curate only the highest quality natural wines from small family farms that meet their strict standard of purity. Unlike today's commercialized and processed wines, this is real wine. Nothing added, nothing removed.
Pure. Artisanal. And delicious.
All of Dry Farm Wines are independently lab tested to ensure the highest quality and purest wines.
“It’s not just the number of drinks you have that matters; it’s also the amount of alcohol in each drink. A glass of 11% alcohol wine is very different from a glass of 16% alcohol wine. Similarly, taking a shot of liquor and having 40% alcohol by volume in your system immediately is not the same as sipping and savoring a drink, the latter giving your liver time to process the alcohol without overwhelming it.
It’s important to drink less alcohol to fully enjoy it and protect your brain. That’s why low alcohol is a core component of most wines that I enjoy, including one of my favorites: Dry Farm Wines. All of their wines are less than 12.5% (some as low as 6% alcohol by volume) because they want you to have wine that you can enjoy in good health throughout an evening.
When it comes to brain health, quality also matters. A pure, sugar-free natural wine will be different than a high-sugar, additive-filled commercial wine. Dry Farm Wines uses an independent certified enologist to lab test all their wines to be statistically sugar-free and to ensure every wine meets their strict standards of health and purity. This includes verifying the presence of lower alcohol and sulfites.
Dry Farm Wines also exclusively works with small family farmers to offer you a pure natural wine experience grown the way nature intended. They financially support small organic natural wine growers with fair trade pricing and believe this is important to financially support the farmers who are protecting the soil and earth.” – Ben
Check out the podcast episode with Dry Farm Wines founder, Todd White:
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