Dry Farm Wines Review 2021

Dry Farm Wines is the best wine club when it comes to healthy labels. It specializes in low-alcohol/ sugar and organic reds and whites plus low-impact farming for a happier planet.

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    Written by Lucie Robson Updated on October 25, 2021

    Dry Farm Wines Overview 

    • A range of labels from small wineries that are healthy and still taste exceptional.
    • Alcohol levels are usually 7% and don’t go above 12.5%.
    • Only works with producers that practice dry farming (no irrigation).
    • All wines are organic, biodynamic, and vegan.
    • Al wines are compatible with Kete and Paleo diets
    • Five carefully-crafted membership options starting at $159 per shipment.
    • Satisfaction guarantee.

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    What is Dry Farm Wines wine club?

    Dry Farm Wines curates organic wines from vineyards around the world. Its unique selling point is its claim that the wines it chooses for its club members have been lab-tested for purity. 

    However, the extra work that goes into selecting the wines can mean this club is costly for some people. Dry Farm Wines even makes bold claims of hangover-free wines on offer in its club membership. 

    How does the Dry Farm Wines wine club work?

    Simply choose one of three different membership levels and sign up via the website. You can choose to have 3, 6, or 12 bottles delivered to you on a monthly or bi-monthly basis.

    What wine club costs

    Our Rating: 3/5

    Dry Farm Wines offers plans for an much-needed wine niche with its excellent low-alcohol and low-sugar wines. Naturally, it's more costly than regular clubs, but it's also more expensive than similar clubs which is why I've given it a 3.

    • Red and white mix club - $159 per month
    • Rose Membership - $159 per month
    • Sparkling membership - $94

    About the wine

    Our Rating 5/5

    The wine is hand picked, low-sugar and low-alcohol from all the iconic regions and of the finest quality. If you're looking for this style, Dry Farm Wines is one of the best clubs and it merits a 5.

    Dry Farm Wines goes to a lot of trouble to source organic wines, so you’ll find a lot of smaller, niche vineyards in its selections. This means there’s not always a set list of wines it’ll have on offer each month and, unfortunately, you can’t browse the selection of wines on the website. However, recent varietals have included Cabernet Franc and Callet. 

    Dry Farm Wines wine club wine brands

    As with the varieties, it can be difficult to find reliable information on the brands available. Dry Farm Wines will hand-select the wines for you and it doesn’t disclose the different brands and vineyards it uses. You’ll have to wait until your first delivery to see which brands are on offer.

    Dry Farm Wines wine club membership benefits

    Our Rating 4/5

    You get to take advantage of pausing your subscription whenever it suits plus a 100% satisfaction guarantee but Dry Farm Wines doesn't offer as many benefits as other clubs so it's a 4.

    • 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don’t like a wine, it’ll be replaced with no questions asked. If you don’t like the replacement, you’ll receive a refund
    • Flexible shipping options are available and subscriptions can be paused at any time

    Dry Farm Wines wine club membership programs

    • Red and white mix club: Receive a mix of 6 reds and whites delivered each month or bi-monthly
    • Rose membership: Receive either 3 or 6 roses every month or bi-monthly
    • Sparkling membership: Receive 3 bottles of sparkling wine every month or bi-monthly

    Dry Farm Wines wine club membership length

    There are no membership lengths or contracts, you can cancel at any time.

    Can I give Dry Farm Wines wine club as a gift?

    Our Rating: 5/5

    You can give every Dry Farm Wines membership option as a gift and choose the shipping frequency. Nice and simple and gives you what you want so it's a 5 from me.

    Yes, you can set up a gift shipment to expire after 3, 6, or 12 shipments of your chosen club.

    Dry Farm Wines wine club coupon codes

    Our Rating: 3/5

    Dry Farm Wines doesn't have the plethor of coupons other clubs have but you can sometimes find codes for 10 - 20% discounts. I'm scoring it a 3.

    You can sometimes find coupons ranging between 10% and 20% off.

    Dry Farm Wines price and shipping

    Our Rating: 5/5

    Shipping is free for Dry Farm Wines members which many clubs don't offer so it deserves a top score of 5.

    All shipping is completely free for wine club members.

    Service and contact availability

    Our Rating 5/5

    Dry Farm Wines has a range of ways of keeping in touch plus an extensive FAQ section on its specialty wine styles. It has a good social media community too so it's a 5 from me.

    If you need to make a query about the Dry Farm Wines’ range or check up on an order, there are a few ways of getting in touch. First, you can try an FAQ section where accounts, shipping, and ordering are included. If you don’t find what you’re looking for and still need to “talk” to someone, there’s live chat, text, or email. Obviously, with such a unique range of wines, you’ll want to dig deeper to find out exactly what “biodynamic” means and how reds and whites taste if they’re low in sugar and alcohol. The FAQ area answers a slew of such questions.

    Cancellation terms 

    Our Rating 5/5

    Cancelation is easy with Dry Farm Wines. You do this with no fuss via your personal account so I give it a score of 5.

    Dry Farm Wines allows you to cancel your subscription for any reason whenever it may suit you with no penalty. If you don’t want to outright cancel, you can suspend your account until further notice. 

    Disadvantages

    It’s hard to find fault with a club like Dry Farm Wines. The range is excellent, the quality is top-notch in no small part because of how the labels are produced, and you have a lot of flexibility in how you run your account. The only stand-out negative is it costs more than your usual club but, as with any organic and naturally-made products, that’s because production methods need more investment to achieve the resulting high standard. The only other negative (and this is a push) is you can’t contact the club by phone. It also doesn’t appear to have wine club deals.

    The difference from the competitors

    The clear difference between Dry Farm Wines and other clubs is its range. It operates on the philosophy of offering pure and healthy labels that don’t harm the environment. Dry farming, for instance, saves copious amounts of water and leads to better quality fruit. It also focuses on doing things naturally which is similar but not quite the same thing as organic. Biodynamic farming, for example, is full of practices that are in sync with nature. In the winery, “natural” approaches are in place, so ambient yeasts are used in fermentation and there’s no fining or filtration. 

    Dry Farm Order Process Step by Step

    1. Here we are again we another fabulous look at a fabulous wine club. Let’s go!

    2. Hi. I’m Laura and I love wine! Red, white, sparkling – you name it. Today I’m sharing my experience of a super-interesting wine club with all of you, my fellow wine lovers. Its name is Dry Farm Wines and it’s special because it only stocks low alcohol, low sugar, keto-friendly wines. Oh -and did I mention this club also deals with organic, biodynamic, and paleo-friendly reds and whites? It’s the right club for anyone health conscious who still wants to enjoy a glass. Let’s dive in!

    3. I love this! It looks so bright and upbeat and immediately says what the philosophy is.

    4. This pretty much sums up Dry Farm Wines! You know their wines have a max of 12.5% abv? that’s pretty impressive when you think of how much alcohol a typical full-bodied red has!

    5. After all that build up, it’s getting better. Here are the wine style packages Dry Farm Wines has available. Red, white, rosé, and sparkling. It’s an eye opener to see just what the world of natural wine has on offer.

    6. I just noticed this on the website. This gives you the full rundown of the kinds of natural wines the club deals in plus how they get producers on board. Looks pretty thorough!

    7. Here’s the fun part: picking the wines. You can choose all red, all white, mixed red and white, all rosé, or all sparkling. You know me, I like a mix so I’m going to go for that.

    8. Right after choosing the wine style, it’s straight to the quantity. There’s a choice of six or 12 bottles. So far, so good. I’m going for six every three months to try it out. The wines are curated from small international producers, so I don’t get to choose them but maybe that’s a good thing since I’m new to the kinds of wines Dry Farm offers. I’m happy to leave it with the experts.

    9. Next there’s the shipping info and ordering details. All very user friendly! You’ve probably noticed the wines are more expensive than they’d be at a regular club. It’s down to the way the wines are produced. Organic, eco-friendly, healthy wine doesn’t come cheap but it’s worth it if this kind of lifestyle is a priority for you.

    10. By the way, I noticed this on the order page. It’s a mini selection of ratings from different Dry Farm Wines customers giving their opinions on the club. It’s motivating to see the comment on sticking with ketosis. This is a great wine club for anyone who cares about both their fitness and their wines.

    11. Ok, I’ve chosen my wine mix, given my address and credit card details, and my order’s good to go. Easy breezy! Dry Farm Wines sends a confirmation email as well, so you know everything’s on track. So now I just have to sit back and wait for my wines!

    12. Ta da! They’ve arrived super-fast and everything looks great. There’s sturdy packaging plus beautifully-produced material providing insights into the wines.

    13. There’s also info on how to store and serve the wines for best enjoyment.

    14. Let’s dive in and unpack the wines. What do we have? A lovely, dry Chianti from Italy, plus I see a Beaujolais Villages and Cab Franc and Cab Sauv blend in the case! I’m going to love that one!

    15. Remember I chose a mixed case so now for the whites. We have three whites including a gorgeous-looking bottle from Austria and another from Germany – both great white wine-producing nations! Let’s taste them!

    16 .I’m going for the Beaujolais from France first. It’s a nice colour and smells really good. Often low-alcohol wines can lack body and taste but this one’s good! Beaujolais is a pretty light red wine anyway, so I’m impressed!

    17. Ok, now for a white. Let’s go for the Austrian wine. Great – it has a screw cap, so I already like this one! I’ve chilled it to perfection. It has a crisp, fresh taste aroma and I love the taste. This one’s a winner!

    18. Ordering wine with Dry Farm Wines has been easy and tasting the wines has introduced me to wines I wouldn’t know about otherwise. I love that they’re curated from all over the world so you’re always going to get something unique plus you can get three or six so there’s a choice of price points. Overall, Dry Farm Wines is great if you live a healthy lifestyle or maybe just don’t want a hangover! Cheers!

    Conlcusion

    Dry Farm Wines is the perfect club for people who really enjoy wine but want to avoid alcohol and high-sugar levels that are in each glass. Quite a few health and fitness luminaries endorse it including actress Halle Berry and the club is big on creating a community for members who see their wine as part of a healthy lifestyle (more on this later).

    As far as the labels go, Dry Farm Wines has worked with more than 600 small family growers who make their wines with minimal machination and a focus on sustainability. The lack of pesticides and winery chemicals is better for nature and dry farming saves an estimated 

    16,000 gallons of water per acre each year. What’s more, the natural production methods such as the use of native yeasts and sulfite levels that are way below standard levels means richer, brighter wines. After all, it isn’t just about being kind to nature and our bodies, what’s in the glass needs to taste good! 

    Dry Farm Wines criteria mean the full range in the red wine club and other styles taste vibrant, pure, and express a sense of place or “terroir”. If you find a wine that really ticks all your boxes (and you will!) the club has a VIP Program that facilitates purchase outside your regular deliveries. It creates bespoke, one-off orders of particular wines at your request. You’re free to order these any time you like. They cost the same as regular shipments and come with the standard Happiness Promise.

    As mentioned earlier, this club has created a community around healthy living which you can dip into if you wish (but there’s no obligation). It has a digital publication called “A Matter of Taste” which covers food, drink, health, and all “the ingredients of a life well lived”. Topics covered include architecture, wine bars and restaurants around the world, wine regions, club growers, and the health benefits of food and drink. There’s also an Instagram account you can follow to keep in touch with wine, community news, and wine club reviews from members.

    The community feel is extended in virtual vine tasting events held from time to time to keep every connected and to enjoy new releases.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    How long is the delivery time?

    Once you place your order it’ll take three to 14 days to arrive depending on whether you’re on the west or east coast of the US. When your case leaves the warehouse, you get a tracking email so you can gauge arrival.

    How do you sign up?

    You need to click a few tabs to get to sign up but once there, it’s super-swift. You click the styles you want (red, white, mixed, rosés, or sparkling), select the monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly option, and go to checkout.

    How can I send my wine back?

    The club has what it calls “Happiness Promise” so, you can’t return wine but if you’re not satisfied, the club will place them or give you a refund. 

    How much does it cost?

    Membership with Dry Farm Wines starts at $159 per shipment of six bottles and goes up to $299 for a dozen. 

    How do I cancel?

    Canceling is very easy. Go into your account and go to “My Subscriptions”. From here, you click “cancel”, give a reason for doing so, then complete the cancelation.

    Can you give membership as a gift?

    It’s straightforward to purchase wine club gift membership for a loved one. You can do this by starting a subscription as outlined above and using your recipients in the shipping details.