It's possible your bottles are contributing to that sticky mess on the bottom of trash making you nauseous (or maybe it's the ramen)... Ether way i've got a solution for you! Rinse them out and sell them on ebay! Be specific about the bottle you are selling; crafter want to know. Price accordingly, standard clear and green bottles go for about .50 to 1.00. Frosted or cobalt blue bottles go for about 3 dollars each, but if you have been drinking Dom Perignon, you can make $20 off each one! That's a good deal! Get your friends involved and you've got a business plus no bottles in the landfill!
Ok, I promised I would tell you what to do with you wine bottles AND the corks, so here it is... You do the same thing! Only a little differently. You don't have to clean the corks, but you should separate them. Buyers want to know if the are natural or synthetic. There is a market for both so no worries; add a little description and you can sell them for about .10 cents each, unless you have a rare cork that may go for a bit more.
If after a while you feel attached to your bottle and cork, keep em! Craft with them! Wether you keep them or selling them the point is to give these bottles a second life and prevent them from ending up in a landfill.
Happy crafting/ Happy selling to you my friend!!!