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4 standard bottles of wine equals 3 liters. A standard bottle of wine is 750 milliliters; 750 x 4 = 3000 milliliters. There are 1000 milliliters in a liter, so 3000 milliliters equals 3 liters.

A magnum bottle of wine is 1.5 liters, so 2 magnums equal 3 liters. A double magnum bottle of wine is 3 liters.

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It takes 2 2/3 750ml bottles of wine to equal a 2 liter.

It would take 2.5 750ml bottles to make 2 liters. 750ml = 0.75L.

Two 750ml bottles of wine equal one magnum of wine. One magnum of wine is 1.5 liters, or 1500ml.

Depends on the size of the bottle - 1 litre bottles will give you 5 bottles Clever. Let's try 6.666667 .750 bottles per five liters?

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It takes 2 2/3 750ml bottles of wine to equal a 2 liter.

It would take 2.5 750ml bottles to make 2 liters. 750ml = 0.75L.

Two 750ml bottles of wine equal one magnum of wine. One magnum of wine is 1.5 liters, or 1500ml.

Depends on the size of the bottle - 1 litre bottles will give you 5 bottles Clever. Let's try 6.666667 .750 bottles per five liters?

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Twelve. 750ml X 12 = 9000ml (1L = 1000ml)

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133 and a third.

This are 6,6666 bottles, that means 6 and 2/3 bottles.

There are 5 (5.047) bottles in one gallon of wine, if the bottle is .750 liters.

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