Dry Farm Wines pure and natural wine club has released a new wine bundle – the Halloween: Natural Orange Wine bundle! This bundle is $101 per box (3 month membership is also available), and includes 3 orange wines to celebrate Halloween or the harvest season!
It’s officially Autumn with these 3 Orange Wines-celebrate Halloween or Harvest with these full bodied orange wines.
DEAL: Not yet a subscriber? Get a bottle for just 1¢ with your first Dry Farm Wines club box! Deal applies automatically, just use this link to subscribe!
2019 INDOMATO D.S. BIO
- Sugar 0.2g/L Residual sugar Alcohol 12.50%
- Tastes Like A bouquet of orange blossom, honeycomb, and a grapefruit is accompanied by a well structured and perfectly weighted palate resulting in a complex, yet versatile wine.
- Pairs With Tinned Fish in Olive Oil, Marcona Almonds, Terrine and Pickled Gherkin
2020 CONTACT LE FIEF NOIR
- Sugar 0.3g/L Residual sugar Alcohol 12.50%
- Tastes Like A honied nose of light fruit and a touch of cream moves to a substantial palate with real grip and a saline element.
- Pairs With Scallops in a Butter Sauce, Charcuterie, Roasted Chicken
2020 PARENTHÈSE RIBERACH
- Sugar 0.1g/L Residual sugar Alcohol 10.74%
- Tastes Like Floral and earthen aromas comingle nicely moving to a palate with real texture, grip, and a touch of gaminess – a fun, food-pairing orange wine.
- Pairs With Bouillabaisse with Rouille, Shellfish Sushi, Grilled Chicken Kabob
Dry Farm Wines offers pure natural wine club memberships for as low as $88 for 3 bottles of wine (available for rosé and sparkling). Six bottle boxes are $159, and 12 bottle boxes are $299 per shipment. Subscriptions available are Mixed, Reds, Whites, Rosés, and Sparkling Wines.
Every wine is organic/biodynamic, lab-tested, vegan, sugar-free, lower-sulfites, and keto- and paleo-friendly! Because the wines are lower-sulfite and free of additives that might be in other wines, they’re less likely to cause a hangover.
About Dry Farm Wines incredibly delicious wine:
We vet every wine and grower with strict attention to detail. After all, since wine companies are not required to report additives they use, how they farm, or even the accurate alcohol content on the label, you really have no idea what’s in your bottle.
We take matters into our own hands, providing a Dry Farm Wines Certification of our own. Our criteria falls into three main categories: farming, purity, and taste.
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