8 Better-for-You Wines That Won’t Derail Your Health Goals

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Whether it’s a post-work glass of cabernet or celebrating warmer days with a spritzer, what fills our glass doesn’t have to be laden with added sugars and unknowns. Ahead, eight options that make better-for-you indulging—and keeping your health goals in check—foolproof.

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Avaline ($24–26 per bottle)

Founded by none other than Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power with the goal of creating more transparency in the wine industry, the pair prides themselves on each of the four bottles they offer—red, white, rosé and sparkling—each “transparently produced, full of natural goodness, and free of unnecessary extras.”

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Dry Farm Wines (Starting at $94)

This celebrity-endorsed wine subscription service offers a curated assortment of wines sourced from family farms and tested in independent labs to ensure each bottle meets the strict quality standards.

Nutritionist Jennifer Hanway is also a “huge fan” of the brand. “The wines are organically grown and contain no added sugars or additives,” she explains. “These are great when trying to minimize dietary toxins, stick to a low carb-diet or just want to avoid the hangover that most conventional wines cause!”

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Wonderful Wine Co. (From $60 for three)

Sister brand to influencer-loved Winc, each wine offered is grown with organic grapes and without synthetic agrochemicals, bottled with zero added sugars and low sulfites, is vegan-friendly and boasts a low carb count (ranging from 2.7–4.1 grams per serving).

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Cupcake LightHearted Wines ($11)

Each five-ounce pour of LightHearted’s lower-alcohol wines—choose from classic chardonnay, bright sauvignon Blanc, smooth pinot grigio, sweet rosé or rich pinot noir—boasts 80 calories and less than one gram of natural sugar.

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Bev ($49 for eight servings)

Each picture-perfect serving of Bev’s rosé, sauvignon blanc, pinot gris and pinot noir—a sparkling white is also available to Bev Club subscribers—boasts zero sugar, three carbs and 100 calories.

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Usual Wines (From $40)

Crisp and refreshing, the brand’s best-selling Rosé—a red and brut are also offered—boasts notes of bright strawberry, rose petal, and rhubarb and is expertly made in small batches from sustainably farmed grapes with zero added sugars or sulfites.

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Fresh Vine Wines (From $15)

The brainchild of best friends and health aficionados Julianne Hough and Nina Dobrev, each of the four offered wines (a California cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, chardonnay, California rosé and a limited reserve Napa cabernet) is proudly low calorie, low sugar and low carb, and are all gluten free and vegan-friendly.

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Good Clean Wine ($20)

Founded by a former beauty and health editor and experienced aesthetician duo, Good Clean Wine offers affordable Italian wines—a red, white, rosé, spumante and rosé spumante, currently—that are added-sugar free, affordable, and “sustainably farmed and grown with minimal intervention.”

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