How Much Sugar Is in Red Wine?

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There is very little sugar contained in red wine. In white and sweeter wines, there is a higher concentration of fructose. Studies have actually shown that drinking red wine may be beneficial to type II diabetics and those with confirmed sugar problems.
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Wine, Table, Red
sugars
1g
Nutrition Grade
C
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