Many businesses have been hit hard recently by the social distancing restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. For several reasons, however, this has not been the case for wine delivery and wine subscription services.
“People are certainly not drinking any less wine over the past two months,” said Dry Farm Wines Partner and Health Evangelist Mark Moschel. “But many of the places where they would typically drink it, like restaurants, are closed. People are becoming more accustomed to ordering online, and we’re growing faster than ever.”
Dry Farms Wines is known for its natural wines, created without chemicals or irrigation and allowed to fully ferment. Dry Farm Wines have no sugar (or carbs) and allow you to enjoy the taste of fine wine without the typical side effects, including hangovers, weight gain, and bloating.
Anyone who has attended a Low Carb USA® Conference has more than likely enjoyed a few glasses of Dry Farms Wine before and during the renowned low-carb dinners. Attendees are able to to stick to their keto and low-carb diets while relaxing with a glass or two of fine wine, while conversing with others in the vendor area after the last presentation of the day. Then the good times continue with a spectacular meal and perhaps another glass or two.
Dry Farm Wines are pure, artisanal, and deliciously clean. Here’s what you can expect:
- Sugar-Free (< 1g/L)
- Lower Sulfites (< 75ppm)
- Lower Alcohol (< 12.5%)
- No Industrial Additives
- Dry Farmed (No Irrigation)
- Organically or Biodynamically Grown
- Older Vines
- Minimal Intervention
- 100% Wild, Native Yeast
- Small Batch Productions
- Low Carb-Friendly
- Mouthwateringly Delicious
Dry Farm Wines travels the globe searching for the highest quality, natural, sustainable, and Biodynamic wines. The family farms that craft Dry Farms Wines have a commitment to these farming and winemaking standards, and it’s evident in every bottle of wine produced.
Dry Farm Wines is a wine club dedicated to bringing quality wines directly to its members’ homes. Members receive small batch bottles that have made the cut based on Dry Farm’s requirements, “ranging from no added sugar (all wines must include less than one gram of natural sugar per liter), dry farmed grapes (meaning no irrigation), use of wild native yeast in the winemaking process, a maximum of 12.5 percent alcohol by volume and more.”
So what are the benefits of natural wines versus the typical big-batch wines you might pick up at your local wine store? Most of the wines you’re find in stores are farmed with pesticides, irrigation water, and genetically-modified commercial yeast. Many of these wines also have higher levels of sulfites, sugar and alcohol.
Did you know that wine makers are not required to list their ingredients on the label? In fact, a bottle of wine can contain up to 76 “allowed” additives. Things like corn syrup, dyes and even fish bladders, which are used to filter the juice. Not only do you pay for these additives— you’re putting unwanted and potentially toxic substances in your body.
A particularly interesting point of interest for anyone on a low-carb or ketogenic diet relates to the Dry Farms Wines ability to produce great-tasting wines with no sugar. Unfortunately, most Americans have developed a taste for sugar, and that fact has been exploited by by the wine industry the same way it happened in the food industry. Adding sugar or corn syrup to mass-produced products is cheap, and appeals to those who consume it in abundance.
Anyone who has been on a low-carb diet for any extended period of time knows what it’s like to begin appreciating the more sophisticated tastes of complex, deep-flavored fruit, rather than simple sugars.
All of Dry Farm Wines’ featured bottles are the product of mindful farming practices, meeting the industry’s natural, sustainable or bio-dynamic standards. The club’s wines are sourced from around the world with a focus on Europe, and all bottles are lab-tested for purity. The club offers a variety of monthly plans for its red, white, natural sparkling, or rosé wines. Details about plans are available on the Dry Farms Wines website. Ground shipping is always free and members can cancel at any time.
Dry Farm Wines is now offering LowCarbUSA® members a special “One Penny Bottle” offer. Give it a try—we are willing to bet it will be the most rewarding decision you have made in long time. LowCarbUSA has entered into an affiliate program with Dry Farm Wines, so choosing the healthiest wines and taking advantage of their special offer helps support our mission.