It would take 2.5 750ml bottles to make 2 liters. 750ml = 0.75L.
Twelve. 750ml X 12 = 9000ml (1L = 1000ml)
It takes 2 2/3 750ml bottles of wine to equal a 2 liter.
This struck me as funny. The quick answer: 2 The longer explanation: 750ml is 750 milli-liters. 1,000ml = 1 liter. So since 750ml plus 750ml would equal 1,500ml , that would also be 1.5 liters. Hope that helps.
5 and 1/3rd bottles of normal sized 750ml bottles of wine. So 1 liter is 1000ml you have 4000ml/750ml=5.33 bottles of wine.
5/0.75 = 6.66... lots
Two 750ml bottles of wine equal one magnum of wine. One magnum of wine is 1.5 liters, or 1500ml.
1 liter = 1,000 ml. Do the math.
well 6 are in 4.5 liters.
A Nebuchadnezzar of Champagne by volume is 15 Liters, or 20 750ml bottles or 3.9625808 gallons.
6 x 0.75 = 4.5 5.0 - 4.5 = 0.5 so six bottles and 1/2 liter
How can you compare a case of beer with a bottle of whiskey? It is the sort of comparison that would say that a glass of milk is equal to approx 40 bananas because they contain the same amount of calcium. Anyway, a case of beer is not a standard measure. Both drinks can vary quite significantly in their alcohol content. So you cannot even compare their alcohol content.