i dont think anyone can answer this due to the fact that wine in its self is either made to be dry meaning no sugar left or fermintation is stoped at a certain time to leave sugar unfermented and ther for making the wine sweet and ofcourse if you can imagine the scale of how much wine mogen david make at one time trying to figure one bottle would take some math you would need to know the o.g. of the must and so on its much more fun to just drink the wine....
There is 52.4 grams of sugar in a 380 ml bottle. A teaspoon of sugar is about 4.2gs. That means there is about 12.5 teaspoons of sugar in a small bottle of lucozade !
table sugar means which are kept on table .in small beautiful bottle is called table sugar.
I found out that there is 10.6 grams (g) of sugar in one small bottle of coke.
there is 2% sugar in Bottle tops (Willy Wonka) and no sugar in bottle caps unless you have added sugar
Generally, about 5 grams of sugar in a bottle of Merlot.
There is quite a bit of sugar in Mountain Dew. A 20 oz. bottle of Mountain Dew contains 77 grams of sugar. A 34 oz. bottle has 124 grams of sugar.
it means that 53% of the content in the bottle is sugar
69g of sugar are in every 20oz bottle of diet coke
A bottle of Heinz or Hunts ketchup contains 6.5 ounces of sugar, which is approximately 39 teaspoons of sugar.
A 24 liquid oz. bottle of Mountain Dew has 92 grams of sugar!
A bottle of Pepsi contains about 38 grams of sugar. This is because it is a large bottle so it contains more sugar than the average can of Pepsi which unfortunatley contians no sugar at all it uses high fructose corn syrup
In a 300 milliliter bottle of Coca Cola, there are 32 grams of sugar. 1 teaspoon equals 4 grams of sugar. There are 8 teaspoons of sugar in a 300 milliliter bottle of Coca Cola.
There is 2670 grams of sugar in a 2 liter bottle of Coca Cola. That is equivalent to 11 and a half cups of sugar.
it can defendly try a small experiment get bottle of pepsy drink or pore all of it out then put 1 quarter yeast and 1 quarter sugar in the bottle put a balloon properly seald on the top of it after to days the balloon will expand
If the sugar content is given as a concentration, then the size of the bottle should not matter. If the residual sugar, for example, is 0.5 mg/mL, then it's 0.5 mg/mL regardless of the size of the bottle. If, however, the sugar content is reported as the total sugar present in the bottle, then the two figures can be different, because of rounding error. If the smaller bottle contains 0.45 mg of sugar, that can be reported as zero (which is permitted by law). The larger bottle will have 0.90 mg of sugar, and that can be rounded to 1.0.
39*2 = 78
A can of coke has more sugar.
it may result in more of that drink. just add water, shake the bottle (if the drink is contained in a bottle) and if needed, add a very small amount of sugar. either way, shaking the bottle is required.
in a three litres of coke, there is 1234567890grams of sugar.
41 grams of sugar
There are 240 grams of sugar (same carbohydrate count as 20 tbsp. of granulated sugar) in the form of sugar/glucose-fructose in a two liter bottle of Coca Cola.
the answer is 78. You drink two cans with 39 grams of sugar and one can with 0 grams of sugar. 39 X 2 = 78 grams
The chemical formula for water is H20 there is no sugar if there was it would be called sugar water.
In a 330ml can of coke there is 7 teaspoons full of sugar