A: Sugar, in the form of glucose, sucrose or fructose, is an essential component in the process of alcoholic fermentation, in which yeast metabolizes sugar into ethanol (alcohol) and carbon dioxide. Hence the delightful phosphoric acid in your Coke, and the importance of natural acidity in wine. These types of wine have the least amount of sugar. So does acidity. Bitterness, like the caffeine in colas, or tannins in wine, will reduce the perception of sugar. At less than 1 percent sweetness (or 10 grams of sugar per liter), dry wines tend to contain the lowest amount of residual sugar, says … “We each have … On average, all FitVine wines have less than 0.09 grams of sugar (that’s 90 percent less sugar than the average wine), 118 calories, and 3.9 grams of carbohydrates (per 5oz glass). Effects on blood sugar aside, there is some evidence that red wine might provide benefits to people with type 2 diabetes. A recent study revealed that moderate red wine consumption (defined … Reds have around 0.9 grams of sugar and whites have around 1.4 grams of sugar Dieters should avoid sweet dessert wine and rosé at around 7.5 grams of sugar The recommended daily sugar … For wine, the sugar … Sweetness is a perception. For beers and whiskys, the sugar comes from starchy cereal grains.