How much does a gallon of wine weigh?
Is there a difference between red and white wine?
Wine is mostly water. There is an old, English, saying - a pint of water weighs a pound and a quarter, that makes an English gallon 10 lbs. I believe that in the USA, gallons are smaller, each pint weighing 1lb.
I doubt that there will be any difference between white and red wine.
Yes, I would say that it's about 10 pounds. There may be a slight difference if the density is greater in one, but it will mostly be around 10 pounds.
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