How many gallons of wine from 1000 pounds of grapes?
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Answer . Gallons are a measure of space whereas a pound is a measure of gravitational attraction, therefore there is no direct conversion. Even for a particular substance, such as water, there is no exact number, because heat expansion will change the amount of space that a given amount of wate…r will fill. Also, there are some variances in atmospheric pressure (gallon in space /= gallon on earth) which can cause lesser discrepancies. So, to get an answer, you would have to specify the material, the temperature, and to a lesser extent the atmospheric pressure (if it is significantly different from 1 atm). ( Full Answer )
A gallon is a unit of capacity. A pound is a unit of mass. Without some indication of density, it is impossible to compare the two. More information: An old saying is, "A pint's a pound the world around." That means that there are 16 fluid ounces in a pint, which often (but not always) correspon…d with the 16 ounces in a pound. There are 128 fluid ounces to a gallon, or 8 pints. --- Turn that around, and there is 1/8 gallon in a pint / pound. However, as pointed out above, it is not reliable to confuse units of capacity with units of mass. ( Full Answer )
About a gallon . Since you're starting with juice, not grapes, you can count on about the same amount of finished wine -- about a gallon. In practice, you'll end up with a little less, because some finished wine will stay behind in the primary and secondary fermentation vats.
Grapes are sold in bunches and they vary in numbers of grapes. Most often a vineyard is sold by the ton.
Calories in one pound of grapes In white or red there are: . Approx 304 -320 calories in one pound of grapes (the calorie count varies slightly according to the type of grape). For the calories in other fruit, and a fruit calorie chart, which you may use as a daily guide, see the page li…nk, further down this page, listed under Related Questions. ( Full Answer )
Totally depends on the number of sunny days a region has that provide enough heat to ripen the grapes. Generally bud-break which is the onset of the growing season occurs around this time or a few weeks earlier (in the northern hemisphere) and will continue through harvest which can extend often fro…m August through October in many growing regions. ( Full Answer )
Weight and volume cannot be linked without knowing the density of the liquid/material in question
There are 5 (5.047) bottles in one gallon of wine, if the bottleis .750 liters.
Different liquids have different weights. Water is 8.33 pounds per gallon. So break out your calculator and multiply 8.33 times 24. The answer is 199.92 pounds.
First take the weight in pounds and multiply by 453.59. The resulting number is the weight in grams. To convert grams to kilograms, simply divide by 1000. Or, an easier option is to take the weight given in pounds and multiply by 0.45359. In this case the answer is 453.6 kilograms.
Between 8.34 and 9.0 pounds per US gallon, depending on the alcoholcontent (heavier for low alcohol wine). Water weighs about 8.34pounds a gallon, and wine after fermenting may have the samespecific gravity as water. Although the weight is increased by dissolved solids, it is reducedby the alcohol c…ontent, as alcohol weighs less than water. Duringthe winemaking process, wine can weigh as much as 9 pounds or more. ( Full Answer )
It varies, but averages usually is around 150 to 175 for planning. Atwater Estate Vineyards, Hector, NY
Nov. 16, 2008. Measuring four "1 U.S. Dry Pint" containers bought at a Publix market in Pembroke Pines, Florida as "Cherry Berries" brand grape tomatoes from Immokalee, FL, with the following measurements recorded:. 1. 10-3/8 ounce gross weight, 31 grape tomatoes. 2. 10-3/4 ounce gross weight, 31 …grape tomatoes. 3. 11-1/4 ounce gross weight, 33 grape tomatoes. 4. 11-1/4 ounce gross weight, 37 grape tomatoes. Each clear plastic pint container weighed approximately 1 ounce or 28 grams, meaning that the gross weights noted above should be reduced by one ounce to arrive at net product weight. Individual grape tomatoes varied in indivudual size and weight as would be expected. ( Full Answer )
I was just in a wine tasting and they said a grape vine produces about 10 wine bottles. There is no definitive answer for this, it depends on a number of factors. Quality wine producing areas will have set limits in and around 60hl/ha which will translate to about the 7 bottles, some quality consc…ious producers however will make as few as 1 bottle per vine or even less in Sauternes! ( Full Answer )
1000 US gallons = 3785 liters 1000 Imperial gallons = 4546 liters 1000 US gallons = 3785.41178 liters
Wenger web sit says 1 bushel = 40 lbs. They should know because they sell them.
Depends how heavy the grapes are individually because you could have one big one or billions of tiny ones
It is not possible to answer this question as gallons is a volume and millimeters is a length.. Sorry
I just counted 43 grape tomatoes in my 10.5 oz package. This would be approx. 65 in a pound.
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Gallons of wine per ton of grape, divided by gallons per case of wine equal yield.. Estimate 120 gallon per ton for Napa, 160 to 165 gallon for Calif. Central Coast divided by 2.38 galloms per standard case of 12 - 750 ml bottles.. At 165 gallons per ton, cases per ton are: 69
Approximately 100 gallons propane. WC (1000) x .42 = lbs propane. Lbs propane / .42 = gallons
A pound is a unit of mass. A kilometre is a unit of distance. The two units are therefore incompatible.
Since the pesetas is no longer legal currency the value is zero. However to answer your question the 1000 pesetas would have valued 5.15555 pounds in Brition
5 calories per grape. Average 40 - 45 medium sized grapes per pound. 5 x 45 x 2 = 400 - 450 calories in 2 pounds of grapes depending on size.
It takes about four clusters of 75 to 100 grapes to make a 750milliliter bottle of wine. About one cluster of grape will make oneglass of wine.
There are 2000 pounds in one ton. Therefore, 1000 tons is equal to 1000 x 2000 = 2000000 pounds.\n
The bladder like bag found in a box of wine allows a contents of 2-10 litres.
That depends on the type material you are referring to. Please edityour question to include more context or details.
That depends on the type material you are referring to. Also, these are two different types of measurements. One is volume the other is weight or mass. Please edit your question to include more context or details.
That depends on the type material you are referring to. Also, theseare two different types of measurements. One is volume the other isweight or mass. Please edit your question to include more contextor details.
1/2 ton 1 US (short) ton = 2000 lb 1 UK (long) ton = 2240 lb 1 tonne (metric) = 2204.6 lb
This depends on the material in the gallons. 40 pounds of water is about 5 gallons. 40 pounds of gasoline is about 7 gallons. 40 pounds of air is ... a lot of gallons.
A gallon of water weighs about 8 pounds. You might want to remember the rhyme: " A pint is a pound the world around." (although that only applies to water ) and that there are 8 pints in a gallon.
Not too sure what your question was. The answer would be 100% wine in grape wine. But if you are asking for alcohol level, its 11% -15%, depending on the wine.
62.5 lbs. One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as fl…our or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a "fluid ounce." ( Full Answer )
The question, as stated, cannot be answered sensibly. A yard is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. A pound is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions s…uch as these without additional information. It is like asking how many grams is a month. ( Full Answer )
I love this question. 1000 gallons = 128,000 fluid ounces 1 tsp = 1/6 fluid ounces Therefore 1000 gallons = 768,000 teaspoons Darn, that was easier than I thought it would be.
There are 2.75 lbs of grapes in a standard bottle of wine. Hope that helps.
That depends on the type material you are referring to. Also, theseare two different types of measurements. Gallons is a measure ofvolume but the other is weight or mass. Please edit your questionto include more context or details.
A typical serving size of wine is 6 oz and there are 128 oz in a gallon so you can get about 21 or 22 glasses.
If the pound mentioned is as in 1 English pound then the price of grapes varies from season to season and you may get one thousand grams of grapes for one pound. If otherwise you take pound as in metrics than one pound equals 453 grams
Approximately 25 pounds of grapes on the stems with minor variations for grape type in each 5 U.S. gallon bucket.
There are just a tad over 5 (750ml) bottles of wine in one gallon, so 15 gallons would equal roughly 75 bottles of wine... with some change :-) - Patrick at moodwine.com
If it's a British gallon, then it's just over 6 bottles as a gallon is just over 4.5 litres (2 x 75cL bottles = 1.5 litres) If it's an American gallon, which is about 3.78 litres, then it's just over 5 bottles.
1000 m 3 = 219,969 Imperial gallons (approx). 1000 m 3 = 264,172 US liquid gallons
It is equal to 2204622621 pounds approximately. Kilogram is the metric unit and pound is the imperial unit for mass. 1 Kilogram is 2.204 pounds. So we multiply kg by 2.204 to get the equivalent pounds.
Around 100 gallons (UK). The exact value depends on the purity of water and the temperature, pressure.
This is complicated a little bit because most wine glasses willhold considerably more liquid than is customary to actually serve(you don't fill the glass completely; this allows the aroma of thewine to collect in the bowl above the liquid itself). A standard"pour" of wine is around 5-6 ounces; this …means a gallon issomewhere between 21 and 26 "glasses" depending on how generousyou're being with the serving size. ( Full Answer )
I have a recipe that makes one gallon and calls for 3 lb. So, youwill want 15 lb. for a five gallon recipe.