How Many Teaspoons of Sugar Are in a Glass of Wine?


The amount of sugar in a glass of red wine can vary greatly depending on the type of wine and the grapes used. Wine that is not very sweet is referred to as dry. The sugar content is often printed on the wine bottle.
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