Gin vs Red Wine: All Nutritional Differences

Where is more calories, protein, carbs - what is more healthy?

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Gin - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition
Red wine - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition

Gin vs red wine - where is more calories?

At first glance, you can see that in gin is much more calories than in red wine.

Gin has 231 kcal per 100g and red wine 85 kcal per 100g so it is pretty easy to calculate that the difference is about 63 %.

Additionally, it is also easy to notice that most of the calories in gin cames from carbs and in red wine from protein.

gin or red wine - where is more nutrients?

Gin vs red wine: detailed nutrition, vitamins and minerals comparison

per 100gGinRed wine
Calories231 85
Water66.6 g86.49 g
Iron0.04 mg0.46 mg
Phosphorus4 mg0.4 mg
Potassium2 mg127 mg
Sodium1 mg4 mg
Zink0.04 mg0.4 mg
Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine)0.006 mg0.005 mg
Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin)0.004 mg0.031 mg
Vitaminium B3 (Niacin)0.013 mg0.224 mg
Vitaminium B60.001 mg0.057 mg

Where is more protein?

It is aslo easy to see see that in gin is protein than in red wine.

There is 0.07g per 100g of red wine and 0g per 100g of gin so using simple math we can see that difference is about 0 %.

Where is more carbs?

In gin is carbohydrates than in red wine.

There is 2.61g/100g of carbohydrates in red wine and 0g/100g in gin so let me do the math for you again - difference is about 0 %.

Where is more fats?

There is the same amount of fat in gin and red wine - 0g/100g.

See tables below to compare gin with red wine in details.

Gin

231kcal
  • Calories231
  • Water66.6 g
Gin calories per:
100g | ounce | single piece | glass | cup | small glass | bottle 0,7 | bottle 1,0

Energy content

  • 0% CARBS.
  • 0% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

Red wine

85kcal
  • Calories85
  • Water86.49 g
Red wine calories per:
100g | ounce | standard serving size | cup | bottle 0,75

Energy content

  • 97% CARBS
  • 3% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

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Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

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Healthy eating and living style promoter

All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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