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food and drink non alcoholic beverages# What is bigger than a Magnum?

Last Updated: 5th January, 2020

**Magnum**: Equivalent to two standard 750 ml bottles. 3.0 L Double

**Magnum**: Equivalent to two Magnums or four standard 750 ml bottles. 4.5 L Rehoboam: A sparkling wine bottle with six standard 750 ml bottles. 6.0 L Imperial: (aka Methuselah) Equivalent to eight standard 750 ml bottles or two Double Magnums.

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Similarly, what size bottle is bigger than a Magnum?

A Standard **bottle** holds 750ml and remains the most popular **size**, while a **Magnum** is a 1.5 litre **bottle**, **or** the **size** of two standard **bottles**. A Jeroboam, **or** a Double **Magnum**, holds 3 litres of wine (four **bottles**), where a Bordeaux Jeroboam holds 5 litres.

Similarly, how much is in a Magnum? While a standard wine bottle holds 750 ml, or just over 25 ounces of wine, a **magnum** holds twice that amount. The 1.5 liters of wine in a **magnum** are enough to serve 10 5-ounce glasses or 25 2-ounce tasting samples.

Keeping this in view, what is the largest bottle of champagne?

**Champagne Large Bottles**

- Magnum. The first of the larger bottle sizes of Champagne is known as a Magnum and is 150cl (1.5 Litres).
- Jeroboam.
- Methuselah.
- Salmanazar.
- Balthazar.
- Nebuchadnezzar.

What is a Jeroboam size?

Twice the **size** of a **magnum**, holding 3.0 litres, or the equivalent of 4 bottles. **Jeroboam**. There are two **sizes** of Jeroboams: the sparkling wine **Jeroboam** holds 4 bottles, or 3.0 litres: the still wine **Jeroboam** holds 6 regular bottles, or 4.5 litres.