Low Calorie Red Wine

Discover your new favourite lower calorie red wine at DrinkWell.

If you’ve been searching for a lower calorie red wine that still delivers top quality and delicious flavour, look no further. DrinkWell offers a wide range of top quality reduced calorie wines from around the world, many of which are also lower in sugar, lower in carbs, are gluten-free, and vegan-friendly.

Our collection of lower calorie red wines feature mostly ethically grown wines from across the world. Whether you’re a fan of European classics from France and Italy, or are looking to try a New World favourite, we have a wide range of options that meet your needs.

Low Calorie Red Wine
Skinny Red Mixed Case

SkinnyBooze Ltd

£59.99

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    Skinny Mulled Wine Kit

    Skinny Booze Limited

    £2.49 £4.99

      Vina Mariposa Tinto

      Vino Mariposa

      £9.99

        Don Aparo Malbec

        Kingsland Drinks

        £10.99

          Running Duck Organic Merlot

          Running Duck

          £10.49

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            Running Duck Organic Shiraz

            Running Duck

            £10.49

              Il Caggio - Chianti

              Kingsland Drinks

              £10.49

                Escena Rioja

                Kingsland Drinks

                £9.99

                  Dudley's Stone - Cabernet Merlot

                  Kingsland Drinks

                  £9.99

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                    Mesta Organic, Uclés, Tempranillo

                    Hallgarten Wines

                    £9.99

                      Boundary Lane Shiraz

                      Hallgarten Wines

                      £9.99

                        Tierra Antica Cabernet Sauvignon

                        Hallgarten Wines

                        £9.99

                          What Red Wines are Included in Your Collection?

                          At DrinkWell, we source a wide range of top quality red wines, including our bestseller, Chateau Barrail Laussac Bordeaux. This lower calorie red wine is a traditional French Bordeaux that is an impeccable display of quality. Chateau Barrail Laussac Bordeaux contains just 89 calories, 0g sugar and 0g carbs per 125ml, and is both vegan-friendly and 100% gluten-free.

                          Or, why not try El Ninot de Paper Tinto, a reduced calorie red wine from Spain. This lower calorie red wine delivers a palate of blackberries and plums, balanced with soft tannins, and accompanied by spicy aromas. The best bit is that this delicious dry red wine contains only 85 calories and 0g sugar per serving.

                          What’s The Lowest Calorie Red Wine?

                          The lowest calorie red wine we stock at DrinkWell is the Cuvee La Rossa 450, which has become a firm favourite in our lower calorie red wine range. Containing just 75 calories, 0g sugar, and 0g carbohydrates per serving, this is a great option for those looking to reduce their calorie intake, without sacrificing great wine.

                          What Locations Are Your Red Wines From?

                          With DrinkWell, you can discover new flavours and hidden gems from around the world. Our range of lower calorie red wines are sourced from top quality vineyards across the globe, from traditional European vineyards in France and Italy, to New World wonders in California, Australia, and Chile.

                          If you want to discover more about our wine collection from all around the world, check out our article on New World wines. More information about our red wine range can be found here.

                          How many calories are in red wine on average?

                          It is no secret that red wine can contain large amounts of calories. The exact amount of calories found in red wine can vary widely between types of wine and different brands, just like the alcohol content does.

                          A standard 175ml glass of 13% ABV red wine can contain as many as 160 calories according to drinkaware, meaning that some bottles of red wine could contain up to 960 calories. That’s the equivalent of almost four and a half jam donuts! To put that into perspective, the average person would need to run for around an hour and a half to burn off the calories from a bottle of red wine.

                          However, red wines that generally have a lower alcohol content can contain significantly less calories than this. Typically, red wine calories will range from 135 to 165 calories per 175ml glass (that’s between 580 and 710 calories per bottle).

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                          What type of red wine contains the most calories?

                          The calorie content varies between different types of red wine. Below are some examples of calories typically found in a bottle of popular types of red wine:

                          • Zinfandel - 655 calories per bottle
                          • Burgundy - 645 calories per bottle
                          • Sangiovese - 640 calories per bottle
                          • Barbera - 635 calories per bottle
                          • Cabernet - 620 calories per bottle
                          • Pinot Noir - 615 calories per bottle.

                           

                          What colour wine has the most calories?

                          Generally speaking, red wine is usually the most calorific out of all of the wine colours. Rose wine has on average around 70 - 80 calories per 100ml, white wine has 73 - 83 calories per 100ml whilst red wine tends to contain between 75 - 85 calories per 100ml.

                          This can be explained by the fact that red wine tends to have a higher alcohol content, and wines with a higher alcohol content will usually contain more calories than wines with a lower alcohol content.

                          This is because lower alcohol wines have more carbs or protein by volume. Alcohol has seven calories per gram, whilst carbohydrates and proteins have four calories. With this in mind, wines produced in Europe tend to be lower in calories due to production laws leading to lower alcohol levels.