WEDU x Dry Farm Wines

$ 96.00

Taste along with Lance Armstrong and George Hincapie with this unique Grand Tours wine pairing! Lance and George curated a selection of wines from the regions of the 3 major Grand Tour Races: Italy, France, and Spain.

This limited WEDU x Dry Farm Wines collaboration is a total of 3 shipments (May, July and September). Follow the races and experience a selection of their favorite Natural Wines. 

Shipments begin on May 1.

Grand Tour Selections

Sip along with Lance and George's Favorites

May Shipment:
Giro d'Italia
Reds

Sugar Free
Low Alcohol (<12.5%)

Featured Bottles
2020 Calafata Scapigliato: Dried earth and minerals meet cherries and strawberries on the nose, setting the stage for a palate full of ripe red fruit, food-friendly acidity, and well-integrated tannins.

2019 Caven Tellino: Classic Nebbiolo notes of Bing cherry, tilled clay, and darker flowers emerge in the glass, moving to a palate with spectacular balance, lovely fruit weight, well-mannered tannins, and clean, refreshing acidity.

2019 Cecilia Zucca Barbera: Deep notes of cherry and plum, along with a whiff of earth waft in the glass, the palate is intense with the same fruits, baking spices, and food-friendly tannins and acidity.

July Shipment:
Tour de France
Red, White, Rosé

Sugar Free
Low Alcohol (<12.5%)

Featured Bottles
2013 Chateau Lamothe Bergeron Rouge: With vintage aromas of black currant, and baking spices coming from a judicious oak treatment, this is a wine to be enjoyed with richer fare, and in colder climes. This is one of our biggest, boldest wines at Dry Farm, and we encourage you to savor this special, natural wine.

2020 Domaine Saint Germain Petite Marie: With a mineral, almost caramelized aspect to the nose that comes from Burgundian winemaking techniques, and a palate full of subtle fruits like lychee and lemon, enjoy this wine with friends!

2020 Domaine du Penlois Les Vins du Penlois Beaujolais Villages Rosé: Sweet and enticing strawberry fields on the nose, palate is pure joy, strawberries and cream, very soft.

September Shipment:
Vuelta Espana
Sparkling and Red

Sugar Free
Low Alcohol (<12.5%)

Featured Bottles
2020 Vega de Tera Vega: Beautiful savory elements are evident on the nose right away, mixing fruit with smoke, and maybe even black olive, moving to a palate with substantial fruit weight, food-friendly tannin, and a nice rustic sense.

2018 Celler Jordi Lluch Cava Reserve Brut Nature Vinya Escudé: Baked apples and a touch of cream make the nose reminiscent of pie à la mode, with a palate characterized by elegant, small bubbles, some nice citrus elements, and a touch of caramel.

NV Masia Salat Cava: A vibrant nose with a touch of yellow fruit and yeast moves to a palate with lively bubbles and an elegant, understated finish.

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A Return to Real, Honest Wine

The story of our pure Natural Wines begins with a healthy farm and ends with a vibrant sip. From biodiverse vineyards to antioxidant rich grapes, our pure Natural Wines express a completely unique wine experience.

It’s hard to tell, but most wines sold today are mass produced products. They can include high levels of sugar, alcohol, and 76 FDA-approved additives. 

Pure Natural Wine is rare. We estimate less than 0.01% of the world’s wines meet our strict criteria.