Translation:They are drinking seventy bottles of wine.
This is getting ridiculous. :) Hope it's at a large wedding or something cause that sounds like a hellish morning to wake up to. :)
in english does is sound good too writing "bottles wine" instead of "bottles of wine"?
Nope it should always be "bottle(s) of wine". It is possible to say "wine bottle(s)" like in "There is a half-empty wine bottle." but sticking with the form "bottle of wine" is better in any case.
There's a difference in meaning, too. Bottle of wine means a bottle that currently contains wine. Wine bottle means a bottle that may currently contain wine, may have contained wine, or is made in the shape of a bottle that contains wine, but never contained wine . Same with glass of water versus water glass, plate of cookies versus cookie plate, etc.