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they might as well just use Splenda instead. WTF!! leave it to a f-ing Doctor to think they know best about a subject they have no business trying to fix.

manischewitz, kosher wine, pasteurized wine, non fat wine, dealcoholized wine, de-wine, non wine, is this what the mass public wants? sure hope not, unless Chateau Latour, or Roumier can make a non-fat, no sugar 1st growth or grand cru that tastes as it would with or with out, as it goes "if it ain't broke don't fix it" :lol:

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I don't understand how there can be wine with "no sugar, no carbs" ???...grapes have natural sugars; they are certainly far from a calorie/carb free food.

"Dry" wine has had all of the grapes' sugar converted to alcohol during fermentation. Alcohol has calories but no carbohydrates.

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