As keto has become more mainstream and the benefits of reducing sugar have expanded beyond the keto and sugar-free dieters, more and more products have come to market to serve this burgeoning audience. While bio-dynamic and organic wines have been a cult favorite for years, a new crop of keto friendly wine has hit the shelves — some that we love, and some, not so much.
As a wine lover, I started experimenting with the ever growing keto friendly wine offerings a couple of years ago and certainly have my favorites. I’ll update this keto friendly wine list frequently as I make my way through more options and uncover the best keto wine finds but here are my top three go-tos for keto-approve wines:
- Dry Farm Wines
Dry Farm Wines is by far my favorite purveyor of low sugar wines. The subscription-based model delivers curated wine selections – based on your preference: three, six or twelve bottles of whites, red, rosé, sparkling or a mix – to try. If you like a selection from your monthly box, you can special order more bottles. I love their service because the wines are always fantastic and their customer service is phenomenal. I love that each box comes with little “Dry Farm certified” stickers you can put on your bottles to distinguish them from other bottles in your wine cabinet.
Co-founded by actress Cameron Diaz, Avaline is one of my new favorites and a I almost always have a few bottles of their red and rose on hand. Their red wine is my favorite to use in my Pomegranate Sangria which was a huge hit among friends and family during the holidays, and I love that you can find these low sugar, clean wines in most supermarkets too!
- Secco Wine Club
Secco’s offers over a dozen low carb, keto / paleo friendly wines including some organic options and I love their $100 Wine Bundles where you get six bottles of a single variety or you can mix and match to try different wines.