Bollinger Champagne Jeroboam 300cl in Wooden Gift box
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Bollinger Champagne Jeroboam 300cl in Wooden Gift box

Presented in a bright red Bollinger branded box and complete with a large and voluminous 300cl jeroboam bottle of Bollinger Special Cuvee Champagne with it, this incredibly elegant gift box offers everything you’re looking for in a bold, one-of-a-kind gift. A present that is truly delicious from the first glass to the last, this gift box is absolutely certain to get any party started the moment it arrives. Customize with a personal message if you choose and secured for delivery wherever required, this set makes a classy gift that is ideal for sending to a wide variety of different occasions or events.
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Size: Jeroboam Bottle 3 litres (300cl) (3000ml)

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Double Magnum of Champagne

A double magnum of Champagne or Jeroboam is a 3 litre bottle, which is therefore 4 times the standard Champagne bottle size. The name Jeroboam has come from the history books and is the apparent name of the first King of the Northern Kingdom back in the time of King Solomon in 975BC. Most of the bottle size names are taken from these biblical times BC.