It would take 2.5 750ml bottles to make 2 liters. 750ml = 0.75L.
i have 2 bottles of33op 750ml red top
30 Standard 750ml Bottles.
5 and 1/3rd bottles of normal sized 750ml bottles of wine. So 1 liter is 1000ml you have 4000ml/750ml=5.33 bottles of wine.
One standard bottle.
Two 750ml bottles of wine equal one magnum of wine. One magnum of wine is 1.5 liters, or 1500ml.
0.75 litres (/1000)
750ml is the most common size for wine bottles, but some wines are also available in 1.5 liters. Other wines come in smaller bottles for sampling.
750 Ml = 0.750 Liters
Yes, since 1000mL = 1L
This struck me as funny. The quick answer: 2 The longer explanation: 750ml is 750 milli-liters. 1,000ml = 1 liter. So since 750ml plus 750ml would equal 1,500ml , that would also be 1.5 liters. Hope that helps.
Twelve. 750ml X 12 = 9000ml (1L = 1000ml)
A standard bottle of wine is 750ml. A magnum is equivalent to two standard bottles.
1 liter = 1,000 ml. Do the math.
You can take up to 2 liters. If you're taking it in 750ml bottles, that's no more than 2 bottles.
It takes 2 2/3 750ml bottles of wine to equal a 2 liter.
five bottles. You'll also have at least 250ml left over to fill from a sixth bottle, and given that a 750ml wine bottle won't be completely full, you can estimate that actually about half (375ml) the sixth bottle can be poured into the 4l vat or container, given an average of 725ml in a 750m bottle (allowing for corks and margins of error.
Depends on where you are from.355ml750ml1 liter1.5 liter and 2 liter bottles are sold in various countries.
A fifth is a bottle around the same size as a standard 750ml bottle. "Fifth" is an old term that meant five bottles added up to a gallon. Thus one bottle was "a fifth".
There are 25.3605 US ounces in a 750ml wine bottle, the typical size of a wine bottle.
You get 4 six ounce glass to one 750ml bottle. If you wanted everyone to have one glass of wine you would need 10 bottles.
With 15 gal of wine you will be able to fill 75 bottles (750ml) Cheers:) VinoEnology.com