One of the fascinating alcoholic beverages, wine is a favorite of millions. Hosting a party or getting into a solo celebration is quite incomplete without wine. However, things get tricky when you need to get an estimate of glasses you could fill with a bottle of wine.
To make it all easier, here is your guide to how many ounces are there in a bottle of wine along with some interesting wine facts.
The wine bottles come in different sizes of split, pint, and standard. Find out how many glasses of wine could you fill with these differently sized wine bottles:-
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A quarter- sized 187 ml bottle, having a quantity of 6.3 ounces could be used to serve 2 glasses of wine.
Exactly half of a standard, the 375 ml bottle of wine contains 12.7 ounces and can fill up to three glasses of wine.
The standard 750 ml bottle of wine contains 25.4 ounces and can be used to serve six glasses of wine.
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#1. Not Every Wine is Healthy
Wine is popularly said to be healthy as it is made using grapes and grape skin is quite rich in antioxidants. However, unlike the red wine, white wine is fermented after removing the grape skin thereby making it devoid of antioxidants.
#2. How are Wines Named?
European wine names are usually based on the region in which they originated. Bordeaux, for instance, got its name from a region with a similar name in France. Non-European wines, on the other hand, are based upon the variety of grapes.
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#3. Wine and Fat
Wine can even help you maintain your goal weight. As against the beer, wine consumption does not have an impact on your weight. In fact, people who consume wine regularly weigh less than others.
#4. The Wine Color
You can tell where a wine is produced by looking at its color. While the lighter shades of wine imply regions having a cooler climate, darker wine shade is a sign of warmer regions.
#5. The Wine Phobia
Yes, there are people who are scared of wine. The term for this bizarre wine phobia is oenophobia.
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