7.5 liters = about 253.6 fluid ounces (just under two US gallons).
Now we need to take it a step further; if the wine is 13% alcohol by volume, then 253.6 x .13 = 32.968 oz. of alcohol.
This will vary by the alcohol content of the wine, but now you have the formula.
It takes 2 2/3 750ml bottles of wine to equal a 2 liter.
25.36 fluid ounces per 750ml bottle.
a magnum equals 2 bottles of wine, or 1.5 liters or 51 oz.
169.070 fluid ounces in five liters.
In a 5-liter box of wine, there are 5 liters of wine. If there are not, then the box is fraudulently labeled. Is it possible that you intended to ask "How many ounces ?", but neglected to proofread your question ? That answer would be 169 ounces. Unsolicited comment: Judging by the presentation of the question, I'll be surprised if yours still contains the full 169 ounces that it used to.
1.5 liter of water weighs 52.91094 ounces. Water I said. Wine is more than water. 64 ounces are in a magnum 1.5 liter has a volume of 50.72103305 fluid ounces.
A standard serving of wine is five ounces.
wine and hard alcohol
A magnum bottle of Champagne is 1.5 liters. 1.5 liters is 3.17006 US pints, or 2.63963 UK pints
A glass of wine is considered to be 4 ounces.
You can bring up to 3 liters (0.793 gallons or 101.44 ounces) of alcoholic beverages such as beer or liquor and 6 liters (1.586 gallons or 202.88 ounces) of wine duty-free. Greater quantities require you to pay 65% of the assessed value of the beverage.
The amount of calories in 1.5 liters of wine will vary slightly depending on the type of wine and the total alcohol content. Red wine such as Burgundy or Cabernet contains 1290 calories per 1.5 liters. Dry white wines such as Chablis or Hock have 1215 calories per 1.5 liters.