The Calories in Fruit Wine

Most wines are made from grapes, but you can use many different kinds of fruit to make wine as well. Elderberries, blueberries, plums and strawberries, among other fruits, can be used to produce a different kind of wine once it ferments, often with lower calories.

A couple enjoy a glass of blueberry wine. (Image: Christopher Robbins/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Plum Wine

There are 40 calories per ounce of plum wine, with 200 calories per 5-oz. serving. Plum wine many times resembles a white wine; there are also 5 g of carbohydrates per ounce of plum wine.

Strawberry Wine

In one ounce of strawberry wine, which is often a vibrant red, there are 20 calories, with a 5-oz. serving having 100 calories.

Blueberry Wine

Blueberry wines can range from a blush to a dark red, with a standard 5-oz. serving of blueberry wine having 100 calories.

Elderberry Wine

Elderberries produce a dark red wine that has 72 calories per 5-oz. serving.

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