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Low-Calorie Wine & Champagne

Wine can be full of a calorie, so if you’re on a low-calorie diet, it’s essential to know the best wines – especially if you’re making cocktails with fruit juices.

On average, you’ll find that wine has about 120 calories per glass, meaning 600 calories per bottle. Champagne contains fewer calories than red and white wine. Standard glass contains nearly 80 calories, compared to wine, over 120 marks.

Best Low Calorie Wine

Did you know drinking wine daily can help you live a longer life and even protect your brain? It’s the truth! But despite all benefits of drinking wine, promoting weight loss is not one.

1.      Wonderful Wine Co. Malvasia

107 calories, 2.7g carbs, 0g sugar, 12.8% ABV

Have you ever heard of a orange wine? Well, now that you have it, and now that you know Winc’s Wonderful Wine Co. is Making a low-calorie version, you should make it a staple in your wine rack. The white wine is allowed to come into contact with the red skins during fermentation, which results in a beautiful orange color and a flavored wine with notes of citrus, peach, and honeysuckle. To make the wine keto-friendly and low in calories, The Wonderful Wine Co doesn’t add any sugar during the winemaking process and ferment their wine to dryness, leaving no sugar left in the wine while they bottle it. No extra sugar means fewer calories.

2.      Cupcake LightHearted Pinot Noir

80 calories, 4.5g carbs, 0.5g sugar, 8% ABV

PINE FOR A PURPOSE: To support your weight loss goals while letting you indulge! Cupcake LightHearted makes the lowest-calorie wines we could find. They serve up Chardonnay, Rosé, Pinot Grigio, and Pinot Noir, with luxurious notes of strawberry, plum, nutmeg, and vanilla.

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3.      Yes, Way Rosé

One hundred ten calories, 2g carbs, 1g sugar, 12.5% ABVThe name of this wine is a reminder that yes, you can have a glass of wine and lose weight! Make it even tastier with a wine low in carbs, low in sugar, and still full of flavor. Yes, Way Rosé is a classic flower in the Provençal style from southern France.

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Low Calorie Chardonnay

1.      Kendall-Jackson AVANT California Lower Calorie Chardonnay

Chardonnay’s low-calorie variety has attractive notes of grapefruit, white floral, and lemon tart. On the palate, notes of vanilla and hazelnut complement the elegant finish. A 148ml serving of this wine contains 85 calories, 0g sugar, 3g carbs, and 9% ABV.

Low Calorie Champagne

In addition to the many reasons, I can give to drink champagne, it is also a low-calorie alcoholic drink option. Champagne is classified according to the scale of sweetness, ranging from “Extra Brut” to “Demi-Sec.” It indicates the grams of sugar remaining per liter (g/L). The most common style of champagne is “Brut,” which typically contains 6-12g/L and approximately 90 calories for a standard 125ml glass. Something like the Gardet Brut Tradition NV fits the bill here, which has just 8g/l, or even the Gardet Brut Tradition with just 6g/l. But if you are an expert, choose “Extra Brut,” which has less than 6g/l. For example, Laurent-Perrier’s Ultra Brut has a zero dose (meaning no sugar added) – just 65 calories per cup. Steer clear of “Demi-Sec” if you want a lower-calorie option; these have 32-50g/L which is about 120 calories per cup.

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1.      Intîme


  • Champagne
  • A fresh slice of ginger
  • Preparation: Combine ingredients in a coupe.
  • The second drink was Skinny 75, more commonly known as French 75, but with less sugar.

This drink has only 75 calories (hence the name) and contains a little gin to give it the extra boost it needs. It’s the perfect summer cocktail. From the calorie count to the citrus-inspired taste, the lasting impression is refreshing and light in the overall flavor.

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2.      Skinny 75


  • ½ oz. Hendrick’s Gin
  • 1/3 bar spoon sugar
  • champagne (to top)
  • Preparation: Combine sugar, lemon slices, lime, and gin in half a liter of glass, add ice and shake well. Strain into a flute and topped with champagne.

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