Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs

If you’re new to clean-crafted wine, you might have some questions about why Scout & Cellar wines are different from others on the market. I personally think they are delicious, which, of course, is why I became an independent consultant, but I really love that they are better for you. Read on for some commonly asked questions and responses (aka Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs). If you have additional ones, please don’t hesitate to reach out, and I hope you enjoy this Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs post!

Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs

Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs

What does “clean-crafted” mean exactly?

The short answer: wines that are grown naturally—without the use of synthetic pesticides—and bottled consciously—without added sugars or non-organic chemicals to modify texture, flavor, color or aroma. The result is wine that is natural, delicious and provides an all-around better wine experience —just like nature intended!

How do you verify a wine is clean-crafted?

It’s a multi-part process. First, we find the most wildly delicious wines that reflect a sense of place. Then, we work with the grower and/or producer to understand their process in the vineyard and in the cellar. Third, we review detailed reports detailing the viticulture and vinification process of each wine. Fourth, we conduct two independent lab test on each wine to confirm that there are no synthetic pesticides present in addition to any other necessary analyses if not previously confirmed or provided. 

Where are Scout & Cellar wines sourced?

That’s the beauty of this program: our wines are sourced from all over the world! 

What are sulfites?

Sulfites are naturally occurring antioxidant and antibacterial compounds in grapes and are utilized to protect the wine from oxygen until it reaches your glass. Because of the slow-crafted, intentional way Scout & Cellar wines are made, they require very little sulfur additions to remain stable. Most have less than 50ppm, all must have less than 100ppm. As a point of reference, the FDA allows up to 350ppm.

How many calories are in a glass of clean-crafted wine?

How many calories are in a glass of clean-crafted wine? 

A typical 5-ounce glass of Scout & Cellar wine contains about 100 calories. Compare this to a conventional 5-ounce glass of wine, containing up to 200+ calories because of the residual sugar!

Are the wines vegan? 

For the most part, yes. Almost all of our wines use only vegan fining agents, and we are working towards all our wines being vegan-friendly. In the rare case that non-vegan fining agents are used, it will be notated in the wine’s description on scoutandcellar.com. The clean-crafted wine standard includes a strict list of approved fining agents backed by the promise of no harmful chemicals found in our wine. Ever.

Are the wines Keto-friendly? 

Yes. Those following a Keto diet closely monitor their daily carbohydrate intake. Since we select wines fermented to dryness and do not allow for added sugars, those following a Keto plan can enjoy our wines while still being aligned with their goals.

Are the wines gluten-free? 

“Wine as nature intended” means customers enjoy a gluten-free experience with every glass. Mass-produced wines use synthetic additives that sometimes contain gluten. Because gluten does not bind as well to organic matter (the good stuff!) when compared to other fining agents, our winemakers do not use it.

Does the price change for multiple bottle purchases?

As a matter of fact, it does! By purchasing six bottles, you receive a 5% discount. By purchasing 12 bottles, you receive a 10% discount!

I hope you enjoyed this post about Scout & Cellar Clean-Crafted Wine FAQs. If you have any additional questions or would like to become an independent wine consultant yourself (it’s fun!), please don’t hesitate to reach out!

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2 Comments

  1. I hope you don’t mind me asking instead of looking into it myself, but do these wines ship to Vermont? Thanks!!

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