Wine: Top 8 Best Wines for Weight Loss

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Diet fanatics warn of the horrors of consuming alcohol while dieting, but you might be surprised at how much wine is produced with weight loss in mind. That’s right- you can have your diet, and drink it too. All you have to do is read on to discover these eight great wines that won’t set back your weight loss goal!

Number Eight: Yellowglen Sparkling Pink 65 Soft Rosé

Let’s start out with some sparkling wines, shall we? If you’re on a diet and in the mood for a low-alcohol bubbly, try this elegant little number. With only 65 calories in every five-ounce serving (6% ABV), Yellowglen Sparkling Pink 65 Soft Rosé is a sweet and classy choice that won’t break the calorie bank.

Number Seven: Laurent-Perrier NV Ultra Brut Champagne

For a bubbly with a higher alcohol content, Laurent-Perrier has cultivated the perfect champagne for dieters. This beverage has an ABV of 12% and 98 calories in every five ounces, so you never have to feel guilty about celebrating.

Number Six: Cupcake Vineyards Chianti

Now to move on to the reds. Cupcake Vineyards has become a beloved brand for troubled housewives, and they understand that we have to watch our figure while we relax. A five-ounce glass of this tasty Chianti offer 111 calories and 12% ABV.

Number Five: Cavit Cabernet Sauvignon

If you need a little extra relaxing-power in your daily glass of red, reach for a bottle of Cavit Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine has the ultimate flavor (and potency) you crave, with 15.4% ABV and 112 calories per five-ounce glass.

Number Four: Yellow Tail Moscato

Everyone needs a sweet white for dessert sometimes, so let’s start by exploring the lower alcohol options for dieters. A five-ounce glass of Yellow Tail Moscato is the perfect pick-me-up, with only 89 calories and an easy 7.3% ABV.

Number Three: Sutter Home Riesling Wine

For a stronger sweet white wine, opt for the classic Sutter Home Riesling. A five-ounce portion of this delicious beverage will only cost you about 120 calories for a helpful dose of 12.5% ABV.

Number Two: The Skinny Vine Slim Chardonnay

If dry white wines are more your style, The Skinny Vine winery comes in clutch for dieting drinkers. A five-ounce glass of their buttery chardonnay has only 86 calories, and a light 8.5% ABV.

Number One: Cupcake Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc

For a stronger dry white (cause let’s face it, sometimes you need more than relaxation), Cupcake Vineyards has your well-toned back with their Sauvignon Blanc. Indulging in a five-ounce glass of this daring white will only cost you 111 calories for a refreshing 13% ABV. We hope you enjoyed our ranking of the eight best wines for weight loss!

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