Day 8 of 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways: Dry Farm Wines

December 8, 2020 (updated February 22, 2021)

Welcome to Day 8 of This Organic Girl’s 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways! One lucky winner will be taking home a $160 gift card to shop their heart out at Dry Farm Wines!

lisa holding a glass of dry farm wines red

Today I am so excited to feature my lifeline, my blood type, the highlight of my day, what I consider to be one of the best subscriptions on the planet: Dry Farm Wines. 

For more information on the 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways, read my intro blog!

Dry Farm Wines is the largest buyer and reseller of natural wines in the world. They source, taste and lab test organic, natural and biodynamic wines worldwide THEN deliver it to your door monthly (or every other month). It’s like a monthly nontoxic beauty box, sub wine! 

Why dry farmed, natural wine?

Natural wine, defined by Dry Farm Wines, is real wine made from healthy grapes and happy yeast. To be considered natural, wines are farmed organically and/or biodynamically, free of chemical sprays, additives and fermented with native yeast.

I thought Dry Farm was just the company’s name but actually, in addition to being natural, all their wines are sourced from winemakers who use “dry farming methods.” Dry farming relies on natural rainfall for growing grapes. This is easy for regions in Europe like Bordeax and Burgundy where rainfall is frequent. And actually in most European regions where irrigation is illegal.

Why back dry farming? Well, dry farming saves 16,000 gallons of water per acre annually, it produces a better tasting (less diluted) grape and it’s overall more sustainable for the land. The reason why dry farming isn’t used by all is because it produces lower crop yields and therefore it’s used by less than 1% of US vineyards.

In addition, EVERY BOTTLE of wine that Dry Farm Wines delivers is:

  • Lab tested internally for sugar, alcohol content and sulfur levels
  • Sugar-free (<1g/L) (fewer hangovers)
  • Fewer calories at 80-90 per glass vs. 120-150 minimum for commercial
  • Low sulfites (only natural occurring at < 75 ppm. The US standard is 350 ppm)
  • Low alcohol (no more than 12% to retain the finer notes and make it more enjoyable)
  • Mycotoxin/mold-free
  • Free of additives and preservatives
  • Dry farmed, grown without the use of irrigation
  • Grapes are natural, organic or biodynamically grown
  • Grapes are hand harvested
  • Old growth vines, generally 35 to 100 years old
  • Fermented with wild native yeast
  • Made in small productions
  • Paleo and Keto friendly

Yeah. You read that right! 

lisa dry farm wines red

How it works 

If this is wetting your whistle, check out what their membership looks like:

Get 6 bottles monthly OR every other month. And choose what you want either reds, whites or mixed. 

And I’ve hooked you up. Buy via this link and get an additional bottle for just a penny with your first order!

ALSO: Today (December 8, 2020) ONLY, you can get my favorite bold reds (think full bodied, oaky and totally delicious), all in one box!

For more check out my full Dry Farm Wines review here and be sure to subscribe to This Organic Girl to grab your Natural Wine Buying Guide! 

The Dry Farm Wines giveaway

So excited to gift one lucky winner a $160 gift card to shop your wine-loving heart out at Dry Farm Wines! Enter to win below! Winner will be emailed and announced here on December 15, 2020.

And, if you can’t wait, check out my favorite bold reds, available TOGETHER, today only!

Be sure to check back tomorrow for a chance to win the entire Free + True skincare line! 

And hit up my friend Suzi who is giving away a Blendtec Blender today

GOOD LUCK! 

*This giveaway is open to the United States only.

*Winner must be 21 years old.

By Lisa Fennessy

Lisa is the founder of This Organic Girl. Passionate about clean beauty, organic eats and nontoxic lifestyle, Lisa writes to create awareness. Conscious consumerism and informed decisions will impact the marketplace, our health and THE WORLD!

2 Comments

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    Noella

    I’ve been looking at Dry Farm Wines recently. Everything about them sounds almost too good to be true. It’s a splurge but might be worth it.

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      Lisa

      I have to say, delivery day is the best day of them month around here! LOL. xo, Lisa

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