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How Many Calories Are in a Wine Spritzer?

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Based near London, U.K., Peter Mitchell has been a journalist and copywriter for over eight years. Credits include stories for "The Guardian" and the BBC. Mitchell is an experienced player and coach for basketball and soccer teams, and has written articles on nutrition, health and fitness. He has a First Class Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from Bristol University.
How Many Calories Are in a Wine Spritzer?
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A wine spritzer is a refreshing summer drink usually made with white wine and club soda or lemonade. Although alcohol contains one of the largest calorie counts of any liquid, a wine spritzer is considered a low calorie alcoholic drink.

Total Calories

A basic white wine spritzer is made with about 2 oz. of club soda and 4 oz. of white table wine. This equals around 96 calories in total. However, measures and recipes may vary.

Ingredient Calories

Club soda contains zero calories, according to the USDA's MyFood-a-pedia website. Using a 2 oz. of lemonade in place of club soda adds 25 calories, so a spritzer made with wine and lemonade contains about 121 calories.


Wines vary in calorie content. For example, late harvest white wine may contain up to 139 calories in a 4-oz. serving. Some people make spritzers with red wine, or include fruit juices or slices of fresh fruit. Red wine contains around 100 calories per 4-oz. serving. Fruit juice calories vary according to the type of fruit; however, 4 oz. of grape juice has about 39 calories.

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