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Graduated Moet Bottles - Set of 6 Vintage Bottles

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The Mini Bottle (20cl)

The mini bottle, also known as piccolo or quarter bottle, has an Italian origin and means “small”.

With a size of 20cl, mini bottles are equal to a quarter of a standard bottle. They are great for gift hampers or for an aperitif glass of bubbly. 

 

The Half Bottle (37.5cl)

The half bottle of Champagne has many names. Known as Demi bottle in French or “Fillete”, which means little girl, has a size of 37.5cl and is equivalent to 4 glasses of Champagne.

This bottle is great as a goodie bag for event gifting or celebrations for two.

 

The Standard Bottle (75cl)

The one and only. A standard bottle of Champagne is 75cl and serves around 6 glasses of Champagne.

These bottles usually share the same style, although some brands choose to use distinctive shapes to differentiate them from the competitors.

 

Magnum (1.5L)

The Magnum, “great” in Latin, has a size of 1.5L and is equivalent to 2 standard Champagne bottles or 12 glasses.

Champagne producers and experts state that Magnums are superior for ageing Champagne because the ratio of air to liquid is lower than in smaller formats.

 

Jeroboam (3L)

The Jeroboam (meaning He that opposes the people) or Double Magnum, was named in the early 19th century after Jeroboam, a king of Israel.

This bottle contains 3L of Champagne and is equal to 4 standard bottles. They are very popular for big celebrations such as weddings or events.

 

Methuselah (6L)

The Methuselah bottle was named after Methuselah, the ancestor of Noah who is said to have lived to the age of 969.

These bottles are 6L and are equivalent to 8 standard bottles.

 

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