10 of the world’s lowest calorie wines

8. Thomson & Scott Organic Prosecco

Calories per 125ml glass: 84
ABV: 11%

An early adopter of the skinny fizz trend, the Skinny range of sparkling fizz was founded by former BBC broadcaster Amanda Thomson in 2014 and included a Prosecco, Champagne, Cava and Franciacorta, capitalising on a move towards healthier drinking and calorie-counting consumers, alongside the Prosecco boom.

As previously reported by db, the Skinny brand was first launched with a zero dosage fizz from Alexandre Penet – a Champagne house renowned for its low-dosage cuvées – which was later followed by a similarly bone-dry rosé.

Now, the range has been rebranded and streamlined to include an organic Prosecco under the Thomson & Scott label, formally Skinny Prosecco and still low in calories, alongside Noughty, an alcohol-free sparkling wine.

Thomson and Scott Organic DOC Prosecco contains 84 calories per 125ml glass and 7g of sugar per litre, compared with the more common 12 to 15g range. It is produced from Glera grapes grown on the south facing slopes of the Dolomite foothills, close to Soligo, North East Italy.

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