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Seagrams Wine Cooler Calories

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Seagram's Wine Coolers were major part of the 1980s wine cooler craze, with several different flavors on the market. The calorie count of the majority of Seagram's Wine Cooler ranges from 150 to 170 per serving.


According to wine-deluxe.com, Seagram's Wine Coolers were of the most popular light alcoholic drinks of the 1980s. Its many fruit flavors appealed to people that didn't like beer or the alcoholic strength of harder drinks. The wine cooler was perhaps best known for its mid-1980s commercials featuring actor Bruce Willis.

150-Calorie Coolers

The majority of Seagram's Wine Coolers contained 150 calories per serving size, according to Daily Plate. Flavors in the 150-calorie category included WildBerries, Orange Pineapple Bahama Mama, Pineapple Coconut Calypso Colada, Black Cherry Fizz and Rasberry Peach Spash.

Other Coolers

Some Seagram's Coolers contain 160 or 170 calories. The 160-calorie flavors include Green Apple AppleLicious and Raspberry and Strawberry Daiquiri. The 170-calorie coolers include Mango Passion Paradise Punch and Classic Lime Margarita.

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