To put it as unscientifically as possible, hard seltzers are basically water mixed with vodka, while wine is more or less grape juice mixed with alcohol. Either way, both tend to come out with an impressively low calorie count.
So if watching your waistline is your thing, you can’t go wrong with either. After all, either option is far more calorie-kind than what you’ll find inside the average bottle of beer. But Hard Seltzer does have 12 calories less. Drinjk = 1 Seltzer = 1.
Meanwhile, Drinjk offers you the ability to sit down tonight and enjoy a single-serve wine made by the same winemaker who cultivates wine for the Pope. Tomorrow, you might explore the taste of a handcrafted wine from a small Spanish vineyard owned by 4th generation winemakers. When you purchase wine from small vendors, you not only help put food on their tables, you get to become a part of their story. When you buy a pack of hard seltzer, you’re more or less just lining the pockets of another large corporation. Don’t get us wrong, we have nothing against corporate America. But if we were forced to break the tie, we’d have to go with family-run wineries that put their heart and souls into every glass of wine they produce. Drinjk = 2, Seltzer = 1.