How many grapes do you need to make one glass of wine?

I am sure that you have often wondered how many grapes that are needed to fill a glass of wine? As a benchmark, we often say that one vine produces one a bottle of wine. However, in the case of Sauternes and other high-quality sweet wines, one vine produces only a glass of wine.

But, how many grapes does that amount to? Do you like math look at this exciting calculation:

The answer is 630 grapes to make one glass of wine. Is it true? We have not idea.

Tasting wines in the tasting room

Tasting wines in the tasting room, copyright BKWine Photography

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