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Découvrez l'alcool le moins calorique

Discover the least calorie alcohol

In a world where awareness around a healthy lifestyle has never been so significant, the question of alcohol consumption and its impact on our line and our health takes on its full meaning. As a wine merchant specializing in alcohol-free wines, we understand that our customers seek to reconcile the pleasure of enjoying a refined drink without neglecting their well-being. It is in this spirit that we approach the question today: what is the least caloric alcohol?

When we talk about alcohol, the spectrum of choices is vast, ranging from spirits to beers, via wine, champagne, and even cocktails. Each glass consumed brings its share of kcal, carbohydrates and, sometimes, added sugars, raising the calorie meter much faster than you think. For those of us who pay particular attention to their line, knowing the least calorie alcohol therefore becomes a major asset.

Focus on alcohol -free wines: the alternative poor in calories

The interest in a healthy and balanced lifestyle has never been so pronounced, especially in our consumption choices. Among these choices, that of alcohol, and more specifically wine, occupies a place of choice for many of us. However, the caloric content of these drinks can often be a brake, especially for those attentive to their line. This is where alcohol -free wines are entering the scene, offering an attractive alternative for wine lovers concerned with their calorie consumption.

Alcohol -free wines, unlike their alcoholic counterparts, offer the advantage of being significantly less calorie. To put into perspective, a standard glass of red or white wine contains on average between 120 and 130 kcal, while a glass of alcohol -free wine contains only 30 to 50 kcal. This substantial reduction is explained by the absence of alcohol, which is one of the main contributors to the caloric content of a drink.

We would like to emphasize that the reduction in the alcohol content does not mean a loss of quality or taste complexity. Alcohol -free wines are the result of a meticulous decay process, preserving the aromas, the flavors and the shades that make the richness of wine. This allows you to taste a glass of wine, red, white, or rosé, with the assurance of a healthier choice, without compromise on pleasure.

The evolution of production techniques has enabled wines without alcohol to gain popularity, offering a rich and varied palette of choice. Whether you prefer a robust red wine, a dry white, or a rosé Light, there is an alcohol -free option for you. This diversity makes it possible to respond to everyone's tastes, while being part of a responsible consumption process and attentive to health.

What better advice than to offer alcohol -free wines to Moderato ? We let you take a look in our wine cellar so that you choose your next favorite wine bottle.

The different types of alcohol and their calories

When you try to maintain a slender line while enjoying the pleasures of an alcoholic drink, understanding the caloric impact of each type of alcohol becomes essential. As wine merchants passionate about alcohol -free wines, we are there to guide you through the varied landscape of alcoholic beverages, emphasizing their calorie content.

Spirits and strong alcohols: description and table of calories

Spirits such as whiskey, vodka, rum, and gin are often consumed in small quantities, but that does not mean that they are devoid of calories. Indeed, a standard 40 ml glass of these alcohols generally contains between 70 and 100 kcal. That said, the calorie content can quickly increase when these spirits are mixed with sodas, fruit juices, or syrups to create cocktails. A Margarita or a Bloody Mary, for example, can easily reach 200 kcal or more per glass.

Wines and champagnes: caloric analysis according to the types

The wine, whether red, white, or rosé, as well as champagne, has a range of calorie contents which vary depending on the type and the degree of sweetness. A glass of 150 ml of red or dry white wine contains on average between 120 and 130 kcal, while softer wines can contain more calories due to their higher sugar content. Champagne and sparkling wines, especially raw versions, are generally less calorie, with about 80 to 100 kcal per flute.

Beers and ciders: comparison of calories according to varieties

Beer and cider offer a wide range of flavors, but also for calorie content. A pint of blonde beer (approximately 473 ml) can contain 180 to 240 kcal, while lighter beers offer a less calorie option, with around 100 to 150 kcal per pint. The ciders, on the other hand, also vary depending on their sweetness and their type, with an average of 150 to 200 kcal per 250 ml bolée. It is important to note that mild ciders may contain more sugar, and therefore more calories, than their drier or raw counterparts.


Beverage Concentration Caloric intake for 10cl (kcal) Caloric intake by bar dosage (kcal)
Alcohol -free


15 23 (15cl)
Wine 12-14% 85 128 (15cl)
Spirits 40-55% 220 70 (3cl)
Champagne 12% 77 115 (15cl)
Beer 4-6% 43 108 (25cl)
Cider 2-5% 40 100 (25cl)


At the end of our exploration of the different types of alcohol and their calorie content, it is clear that the quest for responsible consumption and attentive to our line leads us to consider new alternatives. Alcohol -free wines stand out as the privileged option for those who want to savor the pleasure of a good drink without the additional calories or the side effects of alcohol.

Spirits, although rich in traditions and various tastes, as well as beers and ciders, can quickly increase our daily calorie intake, especially when consumed in quantity or mixed with sugary drinks. Wines and champagnes, although a range of choices for wine lovers, are not outdone in terms of calories.

It is here that alcohol -free wines are entering the scene, offering an alternative rich in taste but weak in calories. Unlike traditional alcoholic beverages, alcohol -free wines allow you to enjoy the sensory experience of wine - its bouquet, its texture, and its taste - without the calorie disadvantages and the health risks associated with alcohol consumption. It is an ideal option not only for those who pay attention to their line, but also for people wishing to reduce their consumption of alcohol for health or other reasons.

We invite you to explore our range of wines without alcohol, each being a celebration of taste and moderation. Whether you are looking for a robust red, a refreshing white, or a rosé Delicate, our selection is designed to satisfy all the palates, while remaining aligned with a conscious and responsible lifestyle.