Dry Farm Wines

A Matter of Taste

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Wine
The Many Precious Polyphenols In Natural Wine

Over the last decade, a small team of researchers has gone around the world looking for the key to longevity. They stayed everywhere fr...

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The Dry Farm Wines Family helps with an Italian Natural harvest
Wine
Tasting Terroir

How to Notice and Taste Terroir in Wine Why does Pinot Noir from Austria taste different from Pinot Noir from the famous Burgundy, even ...

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From Soils, Come Wine
Growers
From Soils, Come Wine

The story of Le Fief Noir It’s the early 2000s in Corsica and Dominique Sirot isn’t happy. After studying wine extensively in Bordeaux a...

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Biodynamics
Biodynamics

The Greeks believed their god of Harvest, Demeter, changed the seasons with her emotions. During winter, when her daughter was lost to t...

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Cherry tomatoes blistered with sea salt and XVOO.
Food
Cooking with Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Your Guide To Using XVOO By Grace Hoffman, edited by Teagan Lehrmann High quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil elevates every ingredient it to...

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Tasting Spice in Wine? It’s Probably There!
Wine
Tasting Spice in Wine? It’s Probably There!

Why is it that maybe the most likely place you’ll find tortured English is in a wine tasting note? Is there really a bouquet of hard herb...

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A savory glass of Dry Farm Wines
Wine
Minerals, Meat, and Mushrooms, Oh My!

The Savory Side of Red Wine By Alex Cook In the domain of food, the word, “savory,” is one of the most common, the most universally app...

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The ideal grapevine root extends downward more than outward. It reaches deep into the soil, pulling up water and nutrients that feed its grapes.
Growers
Royal Roots

The ideal grapevine root extends downward more than outward. It reaches deep into the soil, pulling up water and nutrients that feed its ...

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There is a shocking amount of added sugar in many commercial wines.
Wine
Dry or Sweet?

A Look at Sugar in Wine By Spencer Brooks Toward the end of the summer, you’ll find winegrowers bent down amongst their vines, bags in ha...

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