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Low-Sulfur "Wild-Mulled" Wine - Teri Cochrane

Low-Sulfur "Wild-Mulled" Wine

What are the holidays without a little wine? 

This year, I’ve partnered with my favorite producer, Dry Farm Wines to bring you a selection of extraordinary natural wines that are organically farmed, lab tested for purity, sugar-free and lower in alcohol.

My favorite part? Dry Farm wines are lower in sulfates - ideal for those of us (like myself!) who are sulfur-sensitive. Dry Farm is my everyday go-to and I always have a box of hand-picked selections on deck when I’m entertaining. 

Here’s a little bit from Dry Farm:

“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. 

At Dry Farm Wines, we source wines according to our uncompromising criteria of farming and purity. We vet every grower, taste every wine, and ensure every wine is lab tested through an independent enologist. 

Pure Natural Wine is rare, and we estimate less than 0.01% of the world’s wines meet our strict criteria. From biodiverse vineyards to antioxidant rich grapes, our pure Natural Wines express a completely unique wine experience.” 

To order your holiday supply of holiday libations, simply click here to join the Dry Farm Family - I know you'll love it!


    • 1 bottle Dry Farm Wines Merlot, Zinfandel or Garnacha (or a favorite red of your choice)
    • 2-3 organic oranges, sliced into 1/2" rounds
    • 4 cinnamon sticks
    • 4-5 whole star anise
    • 4 whole cloves
    • 2 tbsp honey or maple syrup
    • 1/4 cup whole fresh cranberries

To Make:

-In a medium pot or Dutch oven, combine all ingredients and warm mixture until wine begins to steam slightly.

-Reduce heat to lowest setting and continue to mull for 5-10 minutes until flavors are well combined.

-Ladle wine into mugs or tumblers, then garnish with orange rounds, cinnamon sticks, anise and fresh cranberries.


Serves 4 - 5

To The Tru Of You,


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