Again, this is an instance of why risk it? Wine bottles vary dramatically in quality and glass thickness (much moreso than beer bottles). Often this quality isn't readily apparent on first or second glance. Moreover, the bottles aren't designed with a consistent thickness; there will be weak points. In particular, the bottoms are often a weak spot, unless there's a significant punt. Working in a wine store, I've seen full bottles dropped from heights and not break, while other brands shatter into a million tiny shards. My point, some wine bottles will probably work without incident, but the only way to know is to experiment and the risk is significant. A bottle will work until it doesn't and then what?