What is the of your 3000 ml red wine 1990 mondalesoccer bottle?
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.
It depends on the bottle of wine. Look at the label and try to see how much wine is in the bottle. Convert that amount (if it isn't already) into mL. Once you accomplish this, divide the number by 250. Your quotient will be how many 250 mL glasses you can get out of the bottle of wine. I hope I helped!