Readers of Delay, Don't Deny know that I have always loved to have a glass of Prosecco with dinner. These days, I have expanded my wine palate to include a much wider variety of wines. So many options!
In fact, there are so many options that it can be downright confusing.
Over time, I have found that my body doesn't respond well to many of the mass-produced wines out there. I learned that many of them contain synthetic pesticides, added chemicals, high levels of sulfites, and a whole host of other additives. And, check the labels of the wines you're buying...there are NO ingredients lists to be found!
I wanted to make sure that the wines I was drinking were free of added ingredients that don't belong there, but whenever I would wander around the local wine stores, I was never completely sure which options to choose. As I said, the labels are completely missing ingredients lists, which seems shocking in this day and age.
Enter Scout & Cellar!
Earlier this year, a friend invited me to a wine tasting event at her home. I absolutely loved the wines we sampled, and what I loved even more was learning that Scout & Cellar takes the time to make sure that the wines they sell are produced using sustainable, organic, and/or biodynamic farming methods, free of the additives we want to avoid. Basically, Scout & Cellar has done all of the work for us!
I also love the fact that you can choose exactly the wines you want to order. You can select wines by the bottle whenever you want, or you can join their wine club: you pick the number of bottles you’d like to receive (6 or 12), how often you’d like to receive them (every month, every other month, or every 3 months), and whether you prefer red wine, white wine, or a mix of both.
I loved Scout & Cellar's Clean-Crafted wines so much I joined them as an independent consultant. Mainly, it was for the wine discount. Hey, I am being honest here...extraordinary clean-crafted wine shipped right to my doorstep AND a discount? Sign me up for that!
Visit scoutandcellar.com/ginstephens to learn all about the clean-crafted difference. You can try a bottle or two, join the wine club to receive shipments that work with your schedule, or even decide that you want to take your enjoyment of wine and turn it in to a business.
Gin Stephens lives in Augusta, Georgia, where she has been following an intermittent fasting lifestyle since 2014. In addition to writing the #1 Amazon best-seller Delay, Don't Deny and the follow-up book Feast Without Fear, Gin is host of the Intermittent Fasting Stories podcast and co-host of The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, along with fellow intermittent faster and author, Melanie Avalon. Check out www.intermittentfastingstories.com and www.ifpodcast.com or search for the podcasts through your favorite podcast app.