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# How many millimeters (ml) are in a bottle of 75cl wine?

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There are exactly 750 millimeters in a 75cl bottle. A bottle of this volume is the international commercial standard for all varieties of wine.

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The volume of the standard wine bottle is today measured using the metric system. The measurement is often given in milliliters, abbreviated “ml,” meaning one-thousandth of a liter. A centiliter, abbreviated “cl,” means one-hundredth of a liter. Thus, the centiliter is 10 times the volume of the milliliter and can be calculated by merely dividing a given number of milliliters by 10. A 75cl bottle holds roughly .264 US gallons. The United States adopted the metric measurements for wine in the 1970s.

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