There are 12 bottles in a standard case of wine. Each of those bottles normally contains 750 milliliters of wine, giving the case a total of 9 liters. If a case contains anything other than 12 bottles, the wine manufactu... More »

Typically there are five 5-ounce servings of wine in one standard-size bottle. It is important to understand the measure of a standard serving, which is not dictated by glass size. More »

The number of calories in a typical 750-milliliter bottle of wine depends on the type of wine. Light-colored wines, such as white wines, contain approximately 600 calories per bottle. Intense red wines usually contain up... More »

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