Red wine contains more sugar than white wine. Red wine has 1.5 grams of sugar in every glass while white wine contains just 1 gram of sugar per glass. More »

All things being equal, white wine tends to have slightly more sugar than red wine. However, concerning calories, many nutritional charts do not differentiate between them based on their sugar content. Both wines are lis... More »

There are between 0 and 6 grams of sugar in a glass of red wine, depending on the type of wine. The drier the wine, the less sugar. Dry and medium dry red wine has 0.5 to 2 grams of sugar, while sweet wine has around 6 g... More »

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All things being equal, white wine tends to have slightly more sugar than red wine. However, concerning calories, many nutritional charts do not differentiate between them based on their sugar content. Both wines are lis... More »

Red wine and white wine have health benefits, though red wine is arguably better for you. It is filled with antibiotics and can help curb your cholesterol and lower your blood pressure. More »

There are between 0 and 6 grams of sugar in a glass of red wine, depending on the type of wine. The drier the wine, the less sugar. Dry and medium dry red wine has 0.5 to 2 grams of sugar, while sweet wine has around 6 g... More »

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A dry white wine is one that has been fermented to the point where most of its sugar is turned to alcohol. White wine can be fermented with its skin if it's from a pale-skinned grape, such as Pinot Blanc, or without its ... More »