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food and drink non alcoholic beverages# What's bigger than a Jeroboam?

Last Updated: 31st May, 2020

**or**the equivalent of two bottles, and if you double that, you'd have a “double magnum,” at 3 liters. (A 3-liter bottle is also known as a “

**jeroboam**” in Champagne and Burgundy,

**but**in Bordeaux, a

**jeroboam**is 4.5 liters.)

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Also, what is bigger than a Jeroboam?

A **Jeroboam**, or a Double Magnum, holds 3 litres of wine (four bottles), where a Bordeaux **Jeroboam** holds 5 litres. A Rehoboam holds 4.5 litres (six bottles), a **Methuselah** holds 8 litres (eight bottles), and a Salmanzar holds 9 litres (twelve bottles).

One may also ask, what's bigger than a Magnum? 750 ml Standard: Common bottle size for most distributed wine. 1.5 L **Magnum**: Equivalent to two standard 750 ml bottles. 3.0 L Double **Magnum**: Equivalent to two Magnums or four standard 750 ml bottles. 15.0 L Nebuchadnezzar: Equivalent to twenty standard 750 ml bottles.

Similarly, 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.

What is the name for 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.