Wine. I love wine. But should I drink wine? Should I feel guilty about drinking a glass (or two or three :)?
You’ve seen the studies that show that wine is good for you. But you know alcohol is bad for you too. Hmmm.
Enter Dry Farm Wines:
- Chemical-free. Did you know that in the US winemakers can add up to 76 different chemicals to your wine during the wine-making process?!
- Sugar free! Less than one carbohydrate per glass. Most wine makers leave lots of glucose and fructose (sugars) in the wine to make it real sweet.
- Less than 12.5% alcohol. Did you know that most wine that you buy in the store is actually 7 to 24% alcohol?
- Nearly sulfite-free. Always less than 75 ppm (parts per million) and usually less than 50 ppm. Most wines are around 300 parts per million as far as I know. Less sulfites also means that more natural bacteria will survive (which is good).
- Dry farmed 100%. This means that the wine is made from vineyards that use only natural rainfall rather than using any extra water irrigation, which is just plain a greener way to go.
- No commercial yeast used. Only the natural yeast that actually grow on the grapes are used.
- Mycotoxin-free. Dry Farm Wines tests for this independently.
BTW, most studies actually DO show that MODERATE wine consumption is indeed a net gain for your health, including my all-time favorite – decreased risk of dying. Now this means around 1-2 glasses of wine some nights (not every night) of the week. 1 or 2 glasses should be based more on someone’s height rather than weight, as unhealthy extra weight does not mean you get to drink more wine.
That was a great article. I think I’ll drink to that.
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