Champagne is a sparkling wine made from fine quality grapes grown in the Champagne region of France. Some use the term Champagne to identify with sparkling wine, while some others specify Champagne as the sparkling wine from the Champagne region. Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, are used in the production of Champagne primarily. Known for its class and style, Champagne is produced in various versions by different brands.
In a normal bottle of Champagne the calorie count is 91 with zero fat contribution. Having fat and protein of 0.0g each, the carbohydrate content is 1.2g in a bottle of champagne.
The Champagne by Cola has 220 calories in one serving. The fat and protein content in this version of Champagne is 0.0g, Sodium is 55mg, and carbohydrate count is 54.0g, where sugar alone forms the majority content.
Inglenook’s unique alcohol free Champagne has a calorie count of 70 in a serving of 227.0g. With 0.0g fat and protein, this drink has 50mg sodium, 17.9g carbohydrate out of which 15.9g is sugars.
Frieda’s Champagne Grapes has a calorie count of just 50 and no fat content. With 6% vitamin C the other elements in this drink are 15.0g carbohydrate broken into 10g dietary fiber and protein, and 14.0g sugars.
Champagne Havarti by Wegmans has 110 calories (81 calories from fat) with 9.0g total fat (saturated fat 6.0g), 25mg cholesterol, 160mg sodium, 1.0g carbohydrates, 7.0 protein, 6% vitamin A and 20% calcium.
The Champagne Bottle Cake by Tesco 310 calories in a serving of 79.0g. Calories from fat are 64 as total fat content is 7.1g, carbohydrate content is 59.2g and protein content is 0.8g.
Jamaican Country Style’s Reggae Style Champagne is an alcoholic drink with 150 calories in which total fat content is 0.0g, 0.0g transfat, 25mg sodium, 36.0g sugars forming the total carbohydrate quota, and 0.0g protein.