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Blossom Hill white wine

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by Babypodge, 10 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. Babypodge

    Babypodge Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone

    I'm looking for the amount of syns per bottle for blossom hill California White wine? Anyone know?

    Ta very much x
     
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  3. 1978vickib

    1978vickib Active Member

    24 syns I think, check the book but I think 250ml is 8 syns x
     
  4. Babypodge

    Babypodge Well-Known Member

    Thanks :) had a bottle last night but haven't used all my syns this week so should be ok I think.
     
  5. 1978vickib

    1978vickib Active Member

    That generally works for me, I get away with a bottle of wine if I don't have full syns everyday. Doesn't work for everyone but you should be fine x good luck!!
     
  6. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    An average bottle of wine is around 28 Syns.

    FYI - Blossom Hill now do a lower alcohol wine, 5.5%. It's called Blossom Hill Vie and it comes in both white and rose (I drink the rose and it is delicious!) Only 18 Syns for the whole bottle, so a lot better value for Syns.
     
  7. Babypodge

    Babypodge Well-Known Member

    Oh that's good to know! Does it work the same for red wine too?
     
  8. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    28 Syns per bottle is just an average for wine in general. Some may be higher, some may be lower.

    The best way to find out the exact Syns is to find out how many calories are in a bottle - either it will be on the bottle (may be listed per 125ml glass etc.), or if you do a quick google you are sure to find something. Then, as it has no free food allowance, you can work out the Syns by using the 20 calories = 1 Syn formula.
     
  9. Babypodge

    Babypodge Well-Known Member

    Brill, thanks for that. :)
     

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