Almost everyone these days is concerned about carbs and calories, especially when it comes to alcohol. The most common question is how many carbs in white wine?
White wine is relatively low in carbs and much better for you (in terms of carb count) than red wine. On average, one glass of white wine yields about 4 grams of carbohydrates. The sweeter the wine, the more carbs are found per serving.
Dessert wine is higher in carbs than Pinot Blanc, for example. If you are trying to cut back on your carb intake, it is best to avoid the sweet wines and opt for something a bit more dry. Dessert wines contain more sugar and grapes that have been left on the vine to ripen and sweeten much longer. As a result, the carb count can be a lot higher. Some dessert wines have been known to contain as many as 10 grams of carbs per serving.
While the carbs in white wine is relatively low, it is best to only consume one glass at a time so that you can keep your carb count low. Over-consuming anything is just not good for a person.
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