On average, a case of wine weighs approximately 40lbs... 1/2 case would be close to 20lbs, etc, etc... this would be a good rule of thumb for shipping which would conservatively take into consideration all types of wine and bottles styles.
Generally 12 to 14 inches for modern wine bottles. Traditional wine bottles were 11-12 inches tall.
An average small wine cooler will store 12 bottles however much larger models are available as well as much smaller models all the way down to single bottles.
The traditional "Case" of wine was 12 bottles with 6 bottles as a half case. Modern sales practice sees wine sold in 6's as a "Case".
A box of wine is usually called a case of wine and will hold 12 750mL bottles. A case of wine would be equal to 9 liters of wine total.
The weight would depend on a number of factors:How thick are the glass bottles (Sparkling wine is under pressure and has thicker bottles than still wine)?Is it a case of 6 or 12 bottles?Is it a cardboard or wood case?A very rough estimate would be:A normal size wine bottle is 750 ml (¾ Litre). Litre water weighs 1Kg, so 750 ml wine is approximately 750g.Add the weight of the bottle makes about 1Kg per bottle6 bottles = 6 KgPlus a cardboard case ~½ KgTotal 6.5 Kg. This is a very rough guesstimate.
Actually, there is such a wide variety in the number of bottles of wine that average rack holds. Smaller racks can hold between 9-12 bottles where larger racks located in wine cellars can hold 100's of bottles.
The standard case is 12 bottles.
2.38 gallons in a case of wine (12 pack/750ml bottles)
A case of wine usually contains 6 or 12 bottles.
No. At that rate you are doing no harm to your liver.