Hard Seltzer vs. Wine

2020 was the year that hard seltzers first came to Switzerland, with a variety of new products hitting the market, and the trend shows no sign of slowing in 2021.  

While consumers are becoming more familiar with the hard seltzer beverage category, the question of how hard seltzers compare to other common beverage types from a nutritional and health perspective remains.

So how does a hard seltzer compare to a glass of wine with respect to calories, carbohydrates, alcohol content and gluten levels?  We compared a 330mL bottle of Sundays Hard Seltzer to a 200mL glass of wine to find the answer. 

How many calories are in Sundays Hard Seltzer compared to wine?

Sundays Hard Seltzer averages less than 75 calories per bottle while wine typically ranges from 140 to 170 calories per glass depending on the alcohol and sugar content.

How many carbohydrates are in Sundays Hard Seltzer compared to wine?

Sundays Hard Seltzer contains less than 0.5 grams of carbs per bottle, whereas a glass of wine averages about 4 to 4.5 grams of carbs per 200mL pour. 

How much alcohol is in a Sundays Hard Seltzer compared to wine?  

Each of Sundays Hard Seltzer’s five unique flavors have an alcohol content of 4% compared to an average alcohol content of 11.5% for white wine and 13% for red wine. 

Does Sundays Hard Seltzer contain gluten?  

Sundays Hard Seltzer is gluten free, similar to most varieties of wine. 

Understanding how Sundays Hard Seltzer stacks up against your other favorite beverages can help you make mindful decisions to kick-off 2021.

Hard Seltzer vs Wine


Sundays Hard Seltzer is low calorie, sugar free and gluten free. Try for yourself – buy a hard seltzer variety pack today.

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