How many ounces is a wine bottle?

A wine bottle naturally holds around 750 milliliters (mL), which is comparable to 25.4 fluid ounces (fl oz).

A standard drink is generally measured as the amount of pure alcohol in a beverage. It is also used to compare the alcohol content of different drink types and to examine safe drinking levels.

When it comes to the United States, a standard drink is termed to be containing 14 grams of pure alcohol. Whereas this is roughly equivalent to the following:

  • 12 fluid ounces (fl oz), which is of regular beer with 5% alcohol by volume (ABV)
  • 5 fluid ounces (fl oz) of wine with 12% ABV
  • 1.5 fluid ounces (fl oz) of distilled spirits with 40% ABV (such as whiskey, gin, rum, or vodka)

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