# How many glasses of wine in a bottle

Wine bottles typically have a percentage sized out in terms of a liter. Most of the bottles have around 750ml and some go up to 6 liters in size. Well, that is not a family pack as you don’t buy wines for your family with children. That’s rubbish talk. But the big bottles come with better prices than the small ones. Thus the lure in process goes on. Well, if you were to take a normal size wine bottle, how many glasses would it fill? Or to bottom, how many glasses of wine in a bottle?

Let’s see.

Wait, don’t you know about wine?

Wine mostly is fermented fruit juice (mostly of grapes and other high sugar fruits).

It is not at all mostly alcohol, which goes for heavy beers, brandy, and other stuff. The wine has alcohol content up to 11% to max.

Low alcohol wines are good. Unlike beers, wines do get absorbed bit slowly by the body.

Hope you do know about glasses.

Most glasses are made with the common water convention amount, which is 10 times a day.

And that amounts to 250 milliliters. Or going through the math, you are supposed to drink around 2.5 liters of water every day, a spice that up to 3 or 3.5 liters a day during hot sunny days.

Or 14 glasses. If you are workout freak, 4-4.5 liters of water strict.

The minimum size goes to 250 ml (also gets lowers to 150ml), then ranges around 300 ml and to 400 and 450ml.

The milk cream glasses goes even up to 500ml for the builders.

So, how many glasses of wine in a bottle? We are going to find that right now.

### Wait, what about Bottle size for wine?

Wine bottles have a convention size of 750ml which seems the minimum you can buy. Unless you are buying from a local homemade brewer and also if he allows to.

But the conventional size is 750ml, goes for a high rated long time (10 years brewed wines too).

For the cheap ones, the quantity goes from 750ml to 1500ml, then double amounts of 3000ml, 4500ml and finally 6000ml. These are the really huge size and few only buys them.

For our purpose, we will use the common small 750ml size, as most prefer this even for those, who are new to wine.

The conventional glass size is around 250ml. But the smaller mini size is around 150ml.

So, are going to use both. This is in order to give you an idea of how many glasses does it take for a bottle of wine.

This is really simple to find out. We are taking a single 750ml bottle of fresh wine. And see how many glasses it fills.

We don’t need to buy an actual bottle, here the math will do it.

so, 750ml per bottle divided by 150ml per glass gives us five. Or Five glasses of wine per 750ml bottle.