How Many Calories in Wine
Article by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
For Good Health in Moderation
Wine has been the centerpiece of many health studies, and may be a beneficial part of our diet when enjoyed in moderation. Note that the keyword here is 'moderation' because too much can do major damage to the liver.
We've lost good friends and family members who were too fond of the fruit of the vine due to liver damage - and who died decades before their time.
While partying is in and while many individuals feel that it's so hip to drink alcohol, it's one of the most aggressive abrasives to the liver known to mankind.
Most Common Wines & Alcoholic Drinks & Their Caloric Values
A three fluid ounce serving of champagne contains about 75 calories and 12% alcohol. Pink champagne contains 25 calories per fluid ounce.
Red Table Wine
75 calories for a 3.5 fluid ounce serving and it is also about 12% alcohol by volume. White table varieties contain 70 calories per 3.5 fluid ounce serving based on 12% alcohol content.
Rose White: A 3.5 fluid ounce serving contains 75 calories and 12% alcohol.
Sweet Vermouth: 90 kcals for a 2 fluid ounce serving that is 7% alcohol.
Dry Vermouth: 65 calories for a 2 fluid ounce serving that is 17% alcohol.
Rosé: 75 kcals for a 3.5 serving that is 12% alcohol.
Wine Coolers: Most that are 12 fluid ounces contain 75 calories each.
Port Wine: Contains 95 calories per 2 fluid ounce serving based on 19% alcohol.
Sherry: 80 kcals for a 2 fluid ounce serving.
The following caloric values is based on a per fluid ounce measurement.
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