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Old Guy Talks How One Company Grew 760% in 3 Years with Todd White, CEO of Dry Farms Wine



Todd White has been a serial entrepreneur and creator since he was 17. Today, after 15 years in the wine business, his life is dedicated to educating and helping people make better choices about food, nutrition, and how they think about consuming alcohol. As the founder of Dry Farm Wines, a writer, speaker, and a leader in the organic/Natural Wine movement, he has widely educated communities on conscious consumption. Todd is deeply passionate about bringing people together to share love and laughter through Natural Wine.

Todd is a self-described biohacker who practices daily meditation, Wim Hof breathing, cold thermogenesis, a ketogenic diet, and daily 22 hour intermittent fasting. He is also a frequent speaker on topics including ketogenic lifestyle, meditation, and the Dry Farm Wines unique company culture.
His entire team gathers each morning for a meditation and gratitude practice. Built on a foundation of honesty and peace, Dry Farm Wines has seen 780% growth in revenue in the last three years, making it one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S., without any debt or investors. Dry Farm Wines is endorsed by many leading U.S. performance leaders including Mark Sisson, Dave Asprey, Ben Greenfield, Robb Wolf, Wellness Mama, Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, and Chalene Johnson, to name a few.

Todd has also been the featured guest on many of these influencers’ podcasts. Dry Farm Wines is the official wine sponsor for many of the leading performance conferences worldwide, sharing over 12,000 bottles each year. Such events include Paleof(x), Joe Polish’s Genius Network Conference, LowCarbUSA, Health Optimization Summit, Metabolic Health Summit, and JJ Virgin’s Mindshare Summits. Dry Farm Wines sources pure Natural Wines and lab tests to ensure each bottle is sugar free, lower in sulfites, and lower in alcohol.

The wines are friendly to low carb, Paleo, ketogenic, and low sugar diets. Dry Farm Wines is dedicated to supporting small natural growers, currently sourcing from 600 family farmers who preserve 87,000 acres of organic vineyards and save 1.4 billion gallons of water annually by not irrigating their vines. They vet each grower’s practice and support those who focus on regenerative farming, biodiversity, hand harvesting, and the absence of industrial additives. Dry Farm Wines is proud to be the largest Natural Wine merchant in the world, bringing awareness to Natural Wine consumption and supporting farmers who honor the soil.

Dry Farm Wines is the world’s premier natural, lab tested wine club. At Dry Farm Wines, we curate the highest quality Natural Wines from small family farms grown with organic and/or biodynamic practices. Unlike commercialized and processed wines, these are real wines. Because we care about what we consume, we hold our growers to the highest standards and lab test every wine to ensure they meet our strict requirements. That means these wines are quantifiably pure.

Sugar Free (0-0.15g per glass) Mycotoxin/Mold-Free Minimal Intervention Paleo-Friendly Mouthwateringly Delicious Lower Sulfites (less than 75ppm) No Industrial Additives Wild Native Yeast Keto-Friendly Older Vines (generally 35-100 years) Lower Alcohol (less than 12.5% alc/vol) Dry-Farmed (No Irrigation) Small Productions Low Carb-Friendly Naturally or Biodynamically Farmed

OUR CULTURE IS GUIDED BY CODES FROM OUR PEACE & PROFIT MANIFESTO
We love the people we work with. We lead with high integrity. We practice Family first. We are honest, vulnerable, and authentic. We have unrelenting self-discipline. We practice gratitude, meditation, and healthy living daily. We simplify. We are wildly passionate about our mission and culture. We accept that Peace & Profit is a process.

To Find Out More and Get one bottle for a PENNY with your initial order.
Get Your Dry Farm Wines Go Here:
www.oldguytalks.com/dryfarms

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