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Sam Freed
 
April 25, 2019 | Sam Freed

Keto Friendly Wines

 
 
Six Keto Friendly Wines
from Noisy Water Winery


 
True amongst the majority of diets and meal plans, there is an advisement to not drink alcohol. Luckily we've found a workaround for those living the Keto Lifestyle!!!
 
What is the Keto Diet? In short, it is a high-fat, moderate-protein, low-carb meal plan that puts your body in ketosis, making your body extremely efficient at burning fats for energy.
"Ok, NWW how does this apply to wine!?"
 
Well, we're glad you asked!
 
Sugar is the enemy when it comes to ketosis and your body's efficiency at fat burning, so our workaround...1-2 two glasses of wine PER NIGHT that has a very low residual sugar, less than 5g of sugar per glass

Typically this is going to apply to most of your dry red wines (sorry you sweet drinkers, but don't worry we haven't forgotten you). Look below to see our  recommendations on what you might like! ⇣⇣⇣

 

 
OUR KETO FRIENDLY WINES!
 

 
This Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon, the pinnacle varietal of dry red wine, is aged in French Oak for 18 months showcases the beauty of this fruit. 
 
This classic varietal finds its name from the word "Blackbird" in French (Merle). Our homage to the origin of these grapes is stylistically portrayed in this '17 vintage. 
Doing the impossible in NM: Producing amazing Pinot Noir in one of the USA's toughest growing regions for this grape. Pair with delicate cuts of meat & aged cheeses.
 
Well balanced citrus with nuances of orchard fruit. Clean and crisp, yet electrifying. Great for the upcoming hot afternoons!
Finding the perfect balance of butter and oak: A Chardonnay for all Chardonnay drinkers to love on a hot afternoon or in the mountain breeze!
Well balanced citrus with nuances of orchard fruit. Clean and crisp, yet electrifying. Great for the upcoming hot afternoons!
 
Buy all 6! Shipping's on Us!
 
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Bailey Riddle
 
April 16, 2019 | Bailey Riddle

New Vineyard in Engle, NM

We have big news...


We're taking on a not-so-new vineyard!
 
 

Noisy Water Winery is taking over one of the oldest vineyards in New Mexico in a small town just outside of Truth or Consequences called Engle.  This old vineyard is filled with acres of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Chenin Blanc, and the biggest, baddest Cabernet Sauvignon vines you've ever seen! 

We're already in the process of pruning, implementing more sustainable water practices, and planting seeds to create a more biodynamic vineyard environment.

If you haven't already guessed, the man on the right is Jasper's uncle, Richard. Uncle Richard has over 40 years of experience in farming and will be taking over vineyard management... or, as he likes to tell us, he'll be "out standing in his field"... Get it?
 
If you'd like to stay up on the progress we are making and see some awesome footage of the vineyard as we go through the process of bringing life back to this vineyard, subscribe to our new YouTube channel!
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Time Posted: Apr 16, 2019 at 11:54 AM
Bailey Riddle
 
April 11, 2019 | Bailey Riddle

The Story of Demigod


Demigod

It's sort of weird story ↓


Our 2017 Demigod, a Cabernet Sauvignon blend, is a homage to the first lover of wine: the mythical Roman God, Bacchus.

The story goes like this: Bacchus is born part mortal/part god or what we would call a Demigod. He is said to be the god of grape harvest, wine, fertility, and, our favorite, ritual madness. 
 
What is meant by ritual madness? It is apparently characterized by maniacal dancing, whirling, screaming, and a sort of trippy, out of body experience. It is also described as "diving deep into the ecstasy of drunkenness". 

Demigod entices us in with ripe cherries on the nose, turns to rich dark fruit and vanilla on the palate and leaves us longing with a silky-smooth finish.  It is bright and dangerously easy to drink!

Beware: ritual madness may emerge after consumption. 

The label was drawn by local tattoo artist, Isa Dykhoff.  She also tattooed this image on someone from the winery... any guesses who?  

**Wine was consumed prior to this decision.
 

Demigod is celebration of harvest, wine, and the ritual madness we reserve for special occasions... like Thursday night... you know, a rare event. 


Cheers & Viva Vino friends!
 
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Time Posted: Apr 11, 2019 at 11:39 AM
Bailey Riddle
 
April 8, 2019 | Bailey Riddle

Wine Makes You Skinny

 

Happy Monday!
We have good news...

So we have all heard a small glass of red wine each day can be good for your heart, right? But did you ever think it may also make you skinny?! I know, we sound crazy.  Scroll down for some science

 

Where does the magic happen: Ellagic Acid, Resveratrol, & Piceattanol, that's where.

These 3 components in wine are pretty amazing!
Ellagic acid was shown in a lab to reduce glucose levels and lower fat accumulation in the liver, resveratrol reduces the absorption of glucose by human fat cells and piceatannol was found to prevent fat cells from converting into fatty tissue.  Don't believe us? We read about it on Wine Spectator and they have no reason be biased right? 
 
And if you don't believe Wine Spectator, ask the Italians! Italian food is rich with bread, pasta, cheese, butter, oils and all of the delicious ingredients standardly restricted on a diet meant to ensure a bangin' beach body.  When we ask our Italian friends how they eat such an indulgent diet,  their eyes sparkle and they smile as they tell us "it's the wine".  Round of applause everyone. They win at life. 
 
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Time Posted: Apr 8, 2019 at 11:08 AM
Lisa Denning
 
April 4, 2019 | Lisa Denning

The Grape Collective

JASPER RIDDLE OF NOISY WATER WINERY STEPS UP TO THE PLATE FOR NEW MEXICO WINE

*an interview with the Head Winemaker and President of Noisy Water Winery
 

New Mexico is called "The Land Of Enchantment" for its stunning beauty and rich history. The spectacular terrain, bathed in over 300 days of sunshine each year, ranges from white-sand deserts to snow-capped mountains, and includes a vast network of national parks. In addition to its abundant natural attractions, New Mexico's colorful cultural history has contributed to the many
 

distinctive architectural styles and numerous historical monuments found throughout the state.
 
The state's equally-enchanting food is a fusion of New Mexico's Spanish, Native American, and Mexican roots. Visitors to New Mexico are guaranteed to be asked, "Do you prefer red or green?" in...
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- Lisa Denning
Time Posted: Apr 4, 2019 at 12:02 PM

 

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