To cut a wine bottle, scratch a circle around the circumference of the bottle with a drill bit, heat the bottle with a candle for seven to 10 minutes, pass it under a stream of cold water, and twist and pull it apart. Clean the edges with sand paper.
Before cutting the wine bottle, soak it in warm water and scrape off the labels. Using a bottle cutter, make a score line on the bottle. Place the bottle in a pot with hot water, ensuring that the score line is completely submerged. Move the bottle to a cold water bath and repeat the process every five to eight seconds until the bottle breaks.