If you thought Hello Kitty wine, blue wine and canned wine were the future, hold on to your vino glasses, because there鈥檚 a new wine on the block and it鈥檚 pretty amazing: Introducing diet prosecco and Champagne! The perfect addition to any fall wine collection, it鈥檚 a surefire way to up your #Winestagram game and keep your sugar intake in check.

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Dreamt up by Thomson & Scott founder Amanda Thomson, Skinny Champagne and Skinny Prosecco are crafted 鈥渇or the next generation of wine lovers globally who want to drink top quality sparkling wine and reduce the levels of added sugar in their bottle.鈥

Whereas competitors like Skinnygirl put most of the focus on calories 鈥 each serving of Skinnygirl Wine clocks in at just 100 calories 鈥 Thomson鈥檚 Skinny Prosecco (which has 67 calories per glass) places emphasis on cutting down sugar, as well as being organic and vegan. Each glass of Skinny has about half the sugar of standard Prosecco 鈥 one liter has just 7g of sugar compared to the standard 12-15g (with Champagne sometimes boasting a whopping 32g per liter!). Now that鈥檚 something to smile about!

A vegetarian raised on a no-sugar diet, Amanda reveals on the company鈥檚 site that her 鈥渕ission is to be completely open about what we鈥檙e drinking and cut sugar where it鈥檚 not needed. We鈥檙e not counting calories, but we share them for transparency.鈥 It鈥檚 clearly a mission folks are getting behind wholeheartedly: The Guardian even crowned it 鈥渢he basic bitch drink of summer 2016鈥.

I'LL TAKE IT

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Even Ellie Goulding鈥檚 on board: She posted a snap of the bottles, captioned 鈥淚鈥橪L TAKE IT.鈥

Unfortunately for us North American wine lovers, however, we鈥檒l have to go without Skinny Prosecco for now, as its currently only sold in London department stores with no current plans to expand outside the UK. What a buzzkill! Guess we鈥檒l just have to hop a flight to London鈥

Are you conscious about your sugar intake when it comes to wine? Tweet us @BritandCo.

(h/t Hello Giggles, photo via Thomson and Scott)