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Wine By the Numbers

We’ve got your wine by the numbers questions answered!

Have you ever wondered how many wine glasses are in a bottle? how many cases of wine are in an oak barrel? or (one of our favorites) how many calories are in a red wine bottle?

Wine is poetry, but it is also logical, rational, and predictable. Wine can be broken down into definitions and numbers. 

So, here are our wine numbers FAQ’s for all the concrete science minded wine enthusiasts out there! 

How many glasses of wine in a bottle?

Depending on the size of the pour, there are roughly five glasses of five ounces each in a standard 750 ml bottle of wine. 

Center for Disease Control and Prevention stipulates what amount of alcohol can be in a standardized drink: “A standard drink is any drink that contains about half an ounce (13.7 grams or 1.2 tablespoons) of pure alcohol.” Therefore, if the wine is a very low alcohol wine, a “glass” could realistically be a bit bigger.

Did you know? New World Pinot Glasses hold 25 ounces (the amount in a whole bottle), so you can actually fit a whole bottle of wine in your wine glass. However, it’s not what the doctor means by “one glass of red wine per day.”

How many glasses of wine in a bottle?

How many ounces in a bottle of wine?

This is an easy one! 

Question: How many ounces are there in a wine bottle? 

Answer: There are 25 ounces in a 750 ml bottle of wine. 

Did you know? The number of ounces in an official glass of wine is roughly 5 ounces.

How many oz in a bottle of wine?

How many cases of wine in a barrel?

Okay, so we know how many glasses in a bottle of wine now, but how many cases of wine are in an oak barrel?
The answer, with the wine in a standard French Oak Barrel, a winemaker can produce 25 cases of wine or 300 individual 750 ml bottles.
Did you know? The regular French style wine barrels hold 225 liter or 60 gallons of wine. 

How many cases of wine in a barrel?

How many bottles of wine in a ton of grapes?

When I worked at a tasting room, I received this question dozens of times. Crazy thing is, I never knew the answer until now!

The number of bottles in a ton of wine grapes is: 756 bottles.
 
One ton (2,000 pounds) of grapes produces about 756 bottles of wine, enough to fill 2.5 barrels. And, since each barrel of wine holds about 25 cases, this means that our standard barrels hold roughly 300 bottles in volume. (In case you didn’t notice, that answered the question: How many bottles are in a barrel of wine?)
Red grape harvest in tonnage

How many calories are in red wine bottles?

Hmmmm. 

How do we answer how many calories are in a bottle of wine? 

The challenge is there is no set answer to this question. The calories in wine are a byproduct of sugar content and percentage of alcohol (not red or white wine or how tanic or acidic a wine is). 
Let’s just say, if it is a basic red wine and not a desert wine or sweet wine, the amount of calories in a bottle of red wine will be around 600-625 calories.
Question: What has the highest amount of calories for a bottle of wine? 
Answer: A Port or Sherry might come in at as high as 5,500 calories. How is that for a diet breaker!

White wine glass with calories

How much pressure is in a Champagne bottle?

Question: what is the pounds of pressure in a bottle of Champagne?

Answer: the pressure in a champagne bottle is 70–90 PSI, or as much as six times atmospheric pressure.

It might not be Dom Perignon who invented sparkling wine, but he was instrumental in helping figure out how to contain the pressure and keep bottles of sparkling wine safe. 

Side Note: One of the reasons Champagne aged so well in the wreckage of the Titanic is because the bottles were designed to withstand intense pressure.

Pressure in Champagne bottle illustration

Wine Numbers and Wine Details Conclusion

Okay, so which question were you looking for? 
Was it “how many glasses of wine are in a bottle?” or “how many ounces of wine in a glass?”
Regardless of what you came looking for, we hope you found answers to your wine data questions!

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