Our Italian SYLTBAR producer San Simone never had the intention to produce low calorie Sparkling Wines. It happened during their 102 years of family tradition and because of their natural wine production process.
SYLTBAR is not a secondary “Skinny Girl" drink. San Simone has always and is still investing in new technologies to keep up with the growing demand and not to delude the natural fermentation time by adding chemicals, sugar or even animal by-products.
It never occurred to us that we were sharing a Premium Prosecco with such an extremely low sugar content and calorie count.
A value customer shared the fact with us that although his wife is facing Diabetes she could enjoy a couple of SYLTBAR glasses and her blood sugar level didn’t spike plus the pulse did not raise at all which always happened to her when she was drinking Champagne and/or other Sparkling wines. This intrigued us enough to find out exactly how much sugar is included and/or added to Prosecco, Champagne, Cava and other Sparkling Wines.
The Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami supported SYLTBAR by having tested 80 different Sparkling Wines to find out about the sugar content and calorie count.
Professor Dr. Camillo Ricordi was impressed and very surprised by the fact that SYLTBAR Premium Prosecco is by far the lowest when it comes to glucose sugar content among all the Sparkling Wines tested. Mr SYLTBAR Premium Prosecco has only has 49 calories per 6 oz glass by glucose level and Mrs SYLTBAR Sparkling Rose only 63 calories per 6 oz glass by glucose level. That is an average of 4 times less compared to other popular Sparkling Wine brands.