Large format bottles make any occasion special
Champagne, wine and vodka from giant bottles will make any occasion truly outstanding.
Starting with sharing the anticipation and pleasures of opening a big bottle, to see how the cork is going to be pulled out, to witness how the first drops touch the glass and finally enjoy the smoothness of such an extravagant drink.
- Magnum: 2 bottles; Magnum is the Latin word for “large” = 1.5 liters
- Jeroboam or Double Magnum: 4 bottles; Named after 1st king of Northern Israel = 3.0 Liters
- Rehoboam: 6 bottles; King of Judah, 922-908 BC = 4.5 liters
- Methuselah or Imperial: 8 bottles; Named after Biblical Patriarch, lived to the age of 969 = 6 liters
- Salamanazar: 12 bottles, AKA 1 case; Named after King of Assyria, 859-824 BC = 9 liters
- Balthazar: 16 bottles; Named after Regent of Babylon, 538 BC = 12 liters
- Nebuchadnezzar: 20 bottles, Named after King of Babylon, 605-562 BC = 15 liters
- Melchior: 24 bottles, 18 liters
- Solomon: 26.6 bottles, 20 liters
- Sovereign: 33.3 bottles, 25 liters
- Paramount: 36 bottles, 27 liters
- Melchizedek: 40 bottles, 30 liters