How Many Millimeters Are in a 75 cl Bottle of Wine?

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In liquid measures, 75 centiliters (cl) equates to 750 millimeters (ml) and a 75 cl bottle of wine is internationally recognized as being the standard commercialized volume for all wine varieties.

The metric system is used to measure volumes in standard bottles of wine, with a centiliter being a hundredth of a liter and a millimeter being a thousandth of a liter. If you see the volume depicted in millimeters, divide the number by 10 to get the amount in centiliters. The United States has used this metric measurement since the 1970s. A standard bottle at 75 cl equals 0.264 gallons or 25.4 ounces of wine. In nonmetric terms, that’s approximately 1.5 pints.

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