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How many glasses can I pour from a bottle of Champagne?

Large Bottles of Champagne Size Guide - Pol Roger

Whether you are hosting a Champagne event with a group of friends, family or colleagues and whatever the occasion, choosing and opening a bottle of Champagne is the perfect way to create lasting memories. Making sure there is plenty to go around is the next step!

A standard Champagne bottle contains 75cl of Champagne giving you approximately 6 to 8 glasses of Champagne depending on your glass or flute size, but maybe you want to go with a bigger bottle as it's a special event. Large Champagne bottles are named after biblical figures and are with filled with Champagne that has been fermented in standard bottles or magnums. Champagne housestend to choose their Brut Champagne to create their full range of sizes from the smallest 20cl to a 15 Litre bottle. Rosé Champagnes are also available in a bigger bottle but rarely go beyond a Champagne magnum.

Bear in mind glass sizes do vary, and the 'best-practice-pouring' of a 3/4 fill in a standard size glass, together with the available Champagne bottle sizes, will create a handy size guide of how much Champagne you will need to have.

 

Bottle:                      Size:              Equivalent:

 

Standard Bottle         75cl           1 Standard Bottle       Serves Approx 6


Magnum                 150cl           2 Standard Bottles      Serves Approx 12


Jeroboam                300cl           4 Standard Bottles      Serves Approx 24


Methuselah            600cl            8 Standard Bottles      Serves Approx 48


Salmanazar            900cl           12 Standard Bottles     Serves Approx 72


Balthazar               1200cl          16 Standard Bottles     Serves Approx 96


Nebuchadnezzar   1500cl         20 Standard Bottles      Serves Approx 120

 

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