Wine Society

Wine Society

Wine society
Wine society for wine lovers.

Let’s face it. We live in a wine society. Drinking wine is socially acceptable throughout the world.

Wine has been enjoyed for many thousands of years in many different countries.

Also called vino, and fermented grape juice, It is believed that even Jesus Christ himself drank wine.

There are American wine societies, UK wine societies, and French wine societies, just to name a few.  A wine society’s primary purpose is to educate interested members in all aspects of wine.

This could include attending conferences, participating in wine tastings, achieving certifications, and taking online classes to learn about the history, traditions, geography, and culture involved in making, and drinking wine.

Perhaps the most important aspect of joining a wine society is to make new friends.

Wine Clubs
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Wine clubs are set up to benefit it’s members.

Is a wine society the same as a wine club? Wine clubs can have many of the same features, and aspects of a wine society, but often times wine clubs are set up primarily to be a source or a provider of wines for it’s members.

These clubs allow their members to get lower prices on wine, and allow them to taste different wines from different countries, and regions that they likely wouldn’t have access to on their own.

Usually these clubs are set up to send you wines on a monthly basis, but there are also some who send on a quarterly basis for those more cost conscious, and/or who prefer to drink wine less often.

There are different wine clubs to suit many different needs and desires of it’s members.  Some wine clubs focus on only certain priced wines, or below a certain price.

Others provide wines from certain regions or countries of the world.  Still others emphasize only red wines, or white wines, or even dry wines.

There are even wine clubs that concentrate on specific grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignons, or Pinots.

Perhaps the largest growth area of wine clubs is in the organic wine market or segment.

Delicious wine with no hangovers, or headaches. 

Organic wines
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Organic wines are free of additives.

Organic, or natural wines currently encompass the sector of wines that is enjoying the strongest growth of popularity.

As more and more people are asserting their need to be more health aware in both what they eat, as well as what they drink, organic wines are gaining more and more enthusiasts, and market share.

Organic wines are defined as two different types of organic descriptions on wine bottles. Wines can be made from certified organically grown grapes, containing no synthetic(man made) additives or pesticides.

Also organic wines can be defined as made from grapes that are organically grown, and not containing any additional sulfites, other than those sulfites that may be occurring naturally.

In the wine business’s attempt to produce wine in larger quantities, faster, cheaper,  and with more consistency, the wine industry has adulterated it’s product to the extent to where it is a chemical laden concoction that may do more harm to it’s drinkers than good.


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Many wines today are aged in oak essense as real oak barrels are cost prohibitive.

Additives are used to add coloring, make sweeter, change or improve flavor, change or bring  more color,  and a great deal more.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given it’s ok for 76 different additives for use in making wine.

If you are drinking non organic wines, here are some of the approved additives in your wine:

  1. Sugars
  2. Sulfites
  3. Soy flour
  4. Tartaric acid
  5. Ammonium phosphate
  6. Colorings like Mega Purple and Ultra Red
  7. Granular cork
  8. Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and chemical fertilizers
  9. Oak essence (real oak barrels are cost prohibitive)
  10. Commercial yeast
  11. Acetaldehyde
  12. Ascorbic acid
  13. Defoaming agents (polyoxyethylene 40 monostearate, silicon dioxide, dimethylpoly-siloxane, sorbitan monostearate, glyceryl mono-oleate and glyceryl dioleate)
  14. Gelatin
  15. Milk products (pasteurized whole, skim, or half-and-half)
  16. Oak chips or particles
  17. Albumen (egg white)
  18. Grape juice concentrates

and many more!

Components of World’s Healthiest Wines
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The healthiest wines have the least intervention.

So, let’s take this a big step further from just organic wines to super healthy wines.

Did you know it is possible to drink wine and not suffer a hangover, or headaches the next day?

It does sound too good to be true, but it is true.  When I first heard this claim I was very skeptical, but I had to find out if it was really possible.

Probably the biggest reason I cut way back on my wine, and other alcohol consumption is the hangover. Even days off of work can be miserable if you have a headache, and have to endure that tired, sluggish feeling all day.

Ok, not wanting to get a DUI is another big reason. I have often said, I wish somehow I could have a few or more glasses of wine without having to worry about being hungover the next day.

I love the taste of wine, and way it makes me feel, but I always pay for it in the morning after.  I have been into organic food, and living a healthy lifestyle for over 20 years.

I occasionally drank organic wine, and felt good about putting something healthy into my body, but I was still suffering from the dreaded hangovers.

It turns out, that there are ways of growing, and bottling wine that if done properly can greatly enhance the taste, experience, and prevent hangovers.

Delicious wine with no hangovers, or headaches. 

The components needed to achieve this wonderful result are:

  •  Dry Farmed 

Dry farmed vineyards get their water from the rain, not from irrigation.  In so doing, deeper roots are created that  interact with more microorganisms in the soil.

They extract, and absorb more nutrients. They bring about healthier vines and, as a result, create richer, more complex wines.

  • Bio Dynamic or Organic Farming

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    Dry farms or bio dynamic farms use rain water only.

Healthy soil is the genesis of healthy wine.  Biodynamic, and organic farming allow for, and bring about a healthy soil.

Therefore, healthy vines require a vibrant soil full of beneficial microorganisms, and nutrient dense.

Unfortunately, in the last 50 years, the amount of pesticides sprayed on vines has grown 26 times.

Grapes now have the dubious distinction of having some of the highest readings of synthetic pesticides of any farm crop.

Fortunately, organic and biodynamic farmers support the natural nutrient life in their farms, as well as the life in the soil itself. They use natural fertilizers like compost, compost teas, green manure, and cover crops.

They never use synthetic fertilizers. They use mechanical weeding instead of herbicides. They have livestock and grazing chickens to replace toxic insecticides.

Organic farms produce fruit as nature intended. These are the grapes you want for your wines.

  • No Sugar   
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    Refined sugar is a very unhealthy substance.


As you probably already know, sugar, especially refined sugar is highly detrimental to your health.

In fact, refined sugar is one of the least healthy substances on earth to put into your body.

Most U.S. wines are high in sugars. Some of this sugar content can be from added sugar. The other sugars are left behind from a shortened fermentation process.

Natural/organic wines allow all of the naturally occurring sugars to convert to alcohol when the wine ferments fully.

When no sugar is added and all the residual sugar is allowed to ferment, you have a sugar free wine.

  • No Additives  

Wine is not rocket science. It is simply fermented grapes. That’s all.  Grapes that are grown from an organic, natural healthy vineyard already consist of all they require to become wine.

But the process for today’s wine making is much more complex. There’s a lot of disruption, and corruption during the wine making growth stages.

The American FDA has given the green light to 76 additives for use in making wines.  38 of those 76 additives are considered GRAS, or Generally Regarded As Safe.

This begs the question, why were the other 38 additives that did not make the GRAS list approved, and allowed to be added to wines?

Additives can be used to change flavors, add coloring, increase sweetness, and a great deal  more.

  • Lower Alcohol

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    Alcohol by itself is toxic. The less consumed of it, the better.

It is no secret. Alcohol is toxic. Alcohol, like sugar, and red meat all feed cancer. It doesn’t necessarily cause cancer, yet it can certainly make it worse.

The more we can limit our intake of alcohol, the healthier we will be.

It’s well known and proven that excessive amounts of alcohol negatively affect your bodily functions and brain development.

And don’t we all know how rough those hangovers and headaches feel after a night of too many alcoholic drinks!

This is why it’s so important to begin with less alcohol. Lower alcohol wines permit you to enjoy all the benefits and good taste of wine throughout the entire evening without being exposed to the negative aspects.

  • Laboratory Tested

The only requirement to be on a bottle of wine is the alcohol content. And even the alcohol content doesn’t need to be exact. It can vary as much as 1.5% as what is on the bottle.

The only way to find out what all is in a wine is to have it lab tested.  In addition to the alcohol content in a wine, a lab can test for all ingredients, including the 76 additives that the FDA approved.

But where in the world can you find a wine society or wine club that provides wine that meets all this stringent criteria?

I happened upon this wine club a few weeks ago.  They call themselves the only health-focused organic wine club in the world.  They also claim to be keto-friendly, low carb friendly, and paleo friendly.

So if you would like to experience the finest natural, organic wines that are lab tested for the highest standard of health, and that you can enjoy without the hangovers, and headaches.

Click here

Please leave any questions, or comments below. I will be sure to respond directly.  Also, feel free to like and share on your favorite social media.

To your health, Tom

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34 thoughts on “Wine Society”

  1. Great article! I too enjoy the taste of wine. I usually drink wine on the weekend so that I can really enjoy it knowing that I do not have to wake up early the next day. I had no idea that removing certain ingredients from the wine can help prevent hangovers. This is great stuff!

    1. Thank you Chad for your comments. Yes, it’s true. These clean, organic wines from small family farms are hangover, and headache free. I’ll drink to that!

  2. Great post Tom. I’ve stopped drinking wine as the high sugar and preservatives gave me massive headaches.
    I’m try again with your advice. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi Vince, thank you for your comments, and your compliment. Yes, it was a big problem for me as well. Love wine, but hate the hangovers, and headaches. To your health, Tom

  3. Hello!
    I so enjoyed reading this article. As someone who is totally organic, it has been problematic for me to have wine.
    But now you made it completely possible. I knew about organic wines but not about dry wines. Thank you for opening my world.
    Lately, I have really been enjoying a small juice glass of wine before bed, and it would be so wonderful to find the perfect organic wine.
    Great article and information! I am looking forward to what you will be writing about next! What might it be?
    In peace and gratitude, ariel

    1. Hi Ariel, thank you for your comments, and your compliments. I am very flattered. I am glad that you found this article helpful, and informative. My objective is to inform people of this great wine, and improve their health, and quality of life. To your health, Tom

  4. Great article!
    I am a wine lover and just recently started looking in to wine clubs etc. For me it’s a great way to make new friends with similar interest.
    Thanks for the information.

    1. Hi Colette, thank you for your comments, and compliment. Yes, wine clubs are a great way to meet like minded people, and enjoy some great wine. To your health, Tom

    1. Thank you Radha for your comments. Yes, I was amazed when I first found out about how organic wines can leave you hangover, and headache free. All the best, Tom

  5. Are the approved additives in non organic wine also found in organic wine? It’s good to know that organic wine can prevent hangovers. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Yvonne, thank you for your comments. It depends on the organic wine. Likely, at least some of the approved additives are found in many organic wines. The Dry Farm Wines are the only ones that I am aware of that are completely free of additives. Cheers, Tom

  6. You are certainly correct we live in a wine society.

    I have always preferred wine heavily over beer and I know there are a lot of others that feel the same way.

    Have you heard of wine clubs online? Meaning, you can purchase wine in the mail and get a huge discount. My girlfriend used to do that years ago. I can’t remember who she used.

    Also, I have another question for you. Have you heard of wine kits? Basically, you can make your own wine. Kind of like a beer making kit?

    Looking forward to reading your response 🙂

    1. Hi Garen, thank you for your comments. I also prefer wine over beer, but only the Dry Farm Wines. Yes, in fact, the Dry Farm Wines are an online wine club,
      I am not familiar with the wine kits you asked about. Would be interested in learning more about them. Good luck, Tom

  7. Great article!
    I normally drink whiskey but also a enjoy the wine in the family get together but was not aware of the fact that removing certain ingredients can make the wines hangover free. Next time in our family gathering, I will take care so that no one gets to hang over. I would request you to name few brands here I can choose from.

    1. Hi Arun, thank you for your comments. I am glad that you found the article great. I too am passionate about no hangover organic wines. The natural, curated reds are the most popular. Tom

  8. Hello Tom, thanks for sharing this blog post with everyone. I am not that much of a drinker, I only drink on special occasions. When I do drink wine, I prefer Sutter Home, it is my all time favorite!!! I love Sweet Red, Moscato, Pink Moscato, and Sangria.

    1. Hi Ahmad, thank you for your comments. I actually don’t drink that much either, but when I do, I like to drink no hangover, no headache organic red wines. Cheers, Tom

  9. Once again, the mass market has been sold a bill of goods. I’m in the security business and read about everything under the sun and it’s that way regarding everything.
    Interestingly, I did not expect to be as surprised as I was about wine. I knew about the sugar being added since I drink Moscato, but 76 additives. Is that as many as cigarettes??
    Also, I get the dreaded “red wine headache” presumably from the sulfites. Is it possible that it is the additional sulfites are causing it?
    Add to that, no wonder you can get wine so cheap these days. Suffice it to say, we are not drinking the same wine Jesus drank.
    Wow, a lot of cool info. Thanks

    1. Hi CT, thank you for your comments. You won’t get a hangover from the sulfites per se. The added sulfites will leave more sugar in the wine by killing the yeast instead of the natural full fermentation process which allows the yeast to eat all of the sugars out of the wine, and the yeast then dies. It is the sugar, and the alcohol that cause the headaches. Dry Farm Wines have no sugar, and lower alcohol. 9.5%-12.5% alcohol content versus up to 24% for other wines.

  10. Hi and great article on wines. I had not known that the American FDA allowed so many additives or that only the alcohol content was on the label. Just never paid that much attention to it. As I am getting older, and more health aware, I have limited my alcohol intake but find I do miss having a few drinks now and again. The wine club you recommend sounds interesting and I like the idea of getting a extra bottle for 1 penny.

    1. Hi Sanders, thank you for your comments, and your compliment. Yes, I have limited my alcohol intake as well. Wine is my drink of choice, and Dry Farm Wines are my wine of choice. Tom

  11. Thanks Tom, I saw your list and of course, the first thing I did is to check-up my wine ingredients list. It contains sulfite, alcohol, and grapes. No other things listed.
    I did drink a terrific glass of wine the other day, Château Comolet, Langedoc 2016, Grès de Montpellier, produce de France.
    Simply heavenly 🙂


    1. Hi Loes, thank you for your comments. Sounds like your wine is very healthy compared to most. Your French wine sounds great. Tom

  12. Hi Tom,
    A wealth of information here.
    I love a good Merlot wine. I don’t know the difference between that and other types. I just prefer the taste 🙂
    Non hangover headache wine! Sign me up lol never knew that existed! Thanks for educating us there 🙂
    Curious about FDA criteria. That extra 38, are they really needed?
    I do believe in the healthy soil, happy plant system. No pesticide! Companion planting 🙂
    I have read that red wine has antioxidants in it which is beneficial to our health:) so cheers to your health and mine 🙂
    Well presented and researched site. I appreciate your time to brings this to us.
    Many thanks.

    Di 🙂

  13. Hi Tom. Sorry if you get this twice. Having a bit of trouble with computer.
    Anyway, I do like a Merlot now and again. I’m not sure what the difference is with Pinot, Sauvignon, Chardonnay etc but I do prefer the taste of a good Merlot.
    And a non hangover and headache wine. Sign me up lol
    How long has that been on the shelves 🙂
    As for the FDA, really curious why 38 ingredients are listed but not really needed! Like most products, they basically chuck in whatever they choose.
    Wine is quite a big deal. There are so many out there. I know they have antioxidants in, which has health benefits. I like organic anything. Healthy soil, happy plant.
    But those headaches afterwards put me off it.Which you now have informed me of this product 🙂 so I am good to go now 🙂
    Very informative and very interesting post. You have done your homework.
    Well done on this Tom.
    Enjoyable read.

    Di 🙂

    1. Hi Di, thank you for your comments. A Pinot Noir is a light dry red. A Cabernet Sauvignon is a heavier dry red much like Merlot. Chardonnays are a neutral white wine that often have an oaky taste due to it’s being stored in oak barrels. You should give the hangover free wines a try.

  14. I have learned so much about wine from your post today, I found your post very interesting and loaded with helpful information.

    I suffer from high liver enzymes and kidney disease, and I was wondering would this wine be easier on my liver and kidneys?

    Great Post

    1. Hi Jeff, thank you for your comments. Yes, I’m sure this wine will be easier on your kidneys and liver than conventional wine. I would suggest that you look at your digestion as a possible cause of your liver, and kidney issues. Coffee enemas work well to detox the liver. Let me know if you would like more information. Tom

  15. This is an interesting article, very informative. I cannot say that it is surprising that 76 additives are allowed in our wines… I was surprised to see that egg whites were on that list…Who would think that? You make an excellent point about how only 38 of these are generally regarded as safe! Organic wines, foods and drinks are the way to go! I enjoyed reading this. Thank you

    1. Hi Christine, thank you for your comments. I was surprised too when I learned how many additives can be included in a typical bottle of wine. I totally agree that organic is the way to go. Glad you enjoyed the article. Tom

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