"Brut champagne must by law contain no more than 12g of sugar per litre – same for Brut prosecco – and most of the big champagne brands contain less than that.
"For example, Veuve Clicquot orange label has about 8g per litre, so if you were to drink a whole litre of the Veuve rather than the 'skinny prosecco', you'd only be consuming one whole extra gram of sugar.
"You'd also have to drink a whole litre of the 'skinny prosecco' to save 5g of sugar against a normal Brut prosecco which is about 18 calories - probably the same as a Ryvita."
While Skinny Prosecco isn’t available here in Australia just yet, the company has plans to expand. So in the meantime w guess we'll just have to stick to real stuff.
Always remember to drink responsibly!