Dry Farm Wines Reviews

Dry Farm Wines
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TAGS:Beer/Wine 
About Dry Farm Wines
Dry Farm Wines is a wine membership club that focuses on healthy wines made from organic ingredients.  The wines are meant to fit into a healthy and active lifestyle and won’t compromise your diet and fitness goals.
 
The wines are: low alcohol, sugar and carb free, have low sulfites, Lab Tested for Mycotoxin Mold, and Bio-Certified Pure.

Products and Ingredients:

Dry Farm Wines has made it a mission to focus on small family farms as the source of their products.  This ensures a higher level of craftsmanship and the final product is free from negative modern production influences.  Its features are:
  • Natural, organic or bio-dynamic viticulture/farming
  • Dry farming, no use of irrigation
  • Old growth vines, generally 35-100 years
  • Hand harvested fruit from low yields
  • Minimal intervention in the vinification and aging
  • Wild native yeast in fermentation
  • No commercial yeast for flavor alteration
  • No or minimal filtering/fining
  • No or minimal use of new oak
  • No or minimal addition of SO2 (sulfites)
  • No chaptalization (adding sugar to the grape must in fermentation)
  • No chemical additives for aroma, color, flavor or texture enhancement
Dry farming is a practice that shuns the use of irrigation in the field, relying solely on natural rainfall. Many grape growers argue that this creates a much more complex and concentrated grape.
 
The reason being that when rainfall is scarce the vine’s roots dig much deeper into the soil accessing more than just the top soil for nutrients which gives them a more interesting flavor reflective of the native soil.
 
However this technique requires much more attention and care from farmers which is why most commercial operations irrigate their fields.
 
Since the creators of Dry Farm Wines all follow some form of low carb/paleo diet they take the nutrition levels of their wine very seriously.
 
Their lab testing assures that the wines are friendly to Paleo, Low/Slow Carb, Sugar Free, Carb Free and Ketogenic Nutritional programs. They are statistically sugar/carb free.  The wines also have low sulfites capped at 75 ppm in our wines with most of the wines coming in below 50 ppm.

Cost and Price Plans:

The subscription costs $159 per month for 6 bottles of red/white/mixed wines.  You have the option of receiving a shipment every month or every other month.  Currently there is also a promotional offer that includes an extra bottle of wine for one penny.

Customer Service:

Dry Farm Wines wants to make sure that you are completely satisfied and their refund policy states that,
 
“if you ever receive a product from us you don’t like, return the empty bottle (yes you drink the wine) and we will refund you or ship you another bottle, you choose.  Plus, we'll even pay all the shipping!”
 
They also state that you can cancel the membership at anytime, if you need to you can reach a representative by phone at 707-944-1500 or email at service@dryfarmwines.com.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Dry Farm Wines has been endorsed by both Mark Sisson of Primal Blueprint and Dave Asprey of the BulletProof Executive.  The wines are favorably reviewed and health conscious people appreciate the benefits and effort that goes into making a healthier wine.

Competitors and Alternatives:

There are many brands making healthier wines, you can find organic and no sulfite options at almost any store.  However it is more difficult to find a wine that has all the specifications of Dry Farm Wines in one package.

Where to Buy?

You can sign up for a membership directly from their website and claim your penny bottle of wine.
 
If you are a customer of Dry Farm Wines please leave your review below.
 
3 ‘Dry Farm Wines’ Reviews
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May
9
2017
Roger ents
Frisco, TX
La ROCHE 2014

Two other friends, in addition to myself, tasted this red wine after being properly chilled following Dry Farms suggested serving advice.
Unfortunately, it was awful (collective opinion) and we dumped the bottle contents.
Not a pleasant experience for our first time tasting of a Dry Farm wine selection. I cancelled my future orders but do hope that the remaining 5 bottles will be a total opposite experience.

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Apr
7
2017
Karen
Phoenix, AZ
Save your money

We bought the 6 bottle sampler and got the 7th for a penny for $159. Yesterday we opened our first bottle...awful. We actually dumped it. Today is a white and better but no more than three stars. I was expecting a LOT more for $22 per bottle. We unfortunately canceled our membership. These two bottles taste like $8-9 grocery store bottles of wine. We are really disappointed.

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Jan
22
2017
Elizabeth Resnick
Harrisburg, PA
Dry Farm Wines are happy, healthy and hot approved!

I tried the mixed case of reds and whites after hearing good things from Mark Sisson and Robb Wolfe, two names that I really respect. I was not disappointed. The case was like an adventure, with wines from different countries. They were all on the dry side, which is what I prefer. Though they are lower in alcohol than other wines you can still get a buzz from them. But no puffy eyes or headache the next day, which I definitely get from time to time when I drink wine. I posted a more detailed review on my happy, healthy and hot website recently. In the future I might switch to just the reds, since that is usually what I prefer.

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