Champagne Bottle Sizes Explained
The first of the larger bottle sizes of Champagne is known as a Magnum and is 150cl (1.5 Litres). The Magnum of Champagne is the equivalent to two standard bottles.
A Jeroboam of Champagne or Jero as it is sometimes referred is a double Magnum and quickly gets us up to the 3 litre size, which is therefore 4 times the standard Champagne bottle size.
The Methuselah is the equivalent of 8 standard bottles which equates to 6 litres of Champagne or 48 glasses.
A Salmanazar Champagne bottle size contains 9 litres which is the same as 12 regular bottles of enough to fill 72 standard Champagne flutes.
A Balthazar holds 12 litres of Champagne or 16 standard bottles or 96 glasses.
Nebuchadnezzar this is the largest of all the mainstream bottle sizes produced and is a whopping 15 litres, 20 standard bottles or enough to fill 120 Champagne flutes.