Likewise, alcohol is slightly more calorically dense (seven calories per gram as in alcohol as opposed to four calories per gram in carbohydrates) than carbohydrates, so higher alcohol wines typically contain more calories.
Without alcohol, the wine will be slightly less calorically dense, and your fat metabolism will continue as always.
While white wine is one of the less calorically dense alcoholic beverages, it still contains calories and affects your body's ability to metabolize fat.
Foods that are more calorically dense may still be a part of your diet, but should be eaten in moderation.
Because of their fat content, nuts are relatively calorically dense.