Would you like to know more about the lowest calorie diet friendly wines you actually want to drink? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. As for me, delicious, dry red wine is my absolutely favorite. I like to sit in my armchair with a glass of red wine, watching a godd film, or just looking through the window – especially in winter.
Drinking alcohol shouldn’t be a habbit – it can cause addiction very soon. So even if we like red wines – we should’n drink it every day. Otherwise addictologists usual say different things about how much alcohol or red wine is healthy. Some of them say if you drink even one glass of wine every day you are addictive… While others suggest consuming some wine daily. Anyway we can drink a glass of good wine if it doesn’t contain so many calories, right?
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three wines from their list.
The first wine is WillaKenzie Estate 2014 Pinot Gris. Its average price is $21. Another great wine that provides more than just being diet friendly. It features 13.5% alcohol and has a beautiful orange blossom and sweet pear aroma. It’s pretty dry and with a refreshing finish. The second wine is Jezebel 2014 White, Oregon, its average price is $14. This white blend comes from Jezebel winery in Oregon and is 13% alcohol. It’s a blend with a beautiful citrus fruit aroma with a nectarine and pineapple flavor. The best part is that it’s a low-calorie wine that you can enjoy without worrying about gaining weight. At last but not least we need to consider Inman Family 2014 Endless Crush OGV Estate Rose of Pinot Noir. its average price is $25. This 12.8% alcohol exquisite Pinot Noir from Russian River Valley in California is rather pink or light red and has a wonderful strawberry aroma. It’s very dry and refreshing with a citrus finish. It’s the perfect choice for you if you simply can’t give up on red wines but can’t give up on your waistline too.