Yes, our wines are considered dry.
“Dry” refers to the sugar content in wine. In the wine industry, “dry” generally means lower in sugar, typically less than 10 grams per liter.
Dry Farm Wines are always less than 1 gram per liter (0-0.15 grams per glass), which is statistically sugar-free.
You may also hear “dry” used to describe the taste of the wine, or how it feels when you sip it. This is actually “tannins,” not “dryness.” A dry wine can still taste sweet, or remind you of sweet aromatics like ripe or candied fruit.
We have so many Members who tell us they thought they never liked dry wines until trying Dry Farm Wines!