Champagne Bottle Sizes

by Alastair Harrison September 20, 2017 1 Comment

Champagne Bottle Sizes

1. SPLIT/MINIS/PONIES - 1/4 bottle, 187ml
2. FILLETTE/HALVES/DEMIS - 1/2 bottle, 375ml
3. BOTTLE - 1 bottle, 750ml
4. MAGNUM - 2 bottle, 1500ml
5. JEROBOAM - 4 bottles, 3000ml
6. METHUSELAH - 8 bottes, 6000ml
7. SHALMANAZAR - 12 bottles, 9000ml
8. BALTHAZAR - 16 bottles, 12,000ml
9. NEBUCHADNEZZAR - 20 bottles, 15,000ml
Transferring Champagne

Particularly small champagne bottles, (splits and fillettes) and extra large bottles, are difficult to turn during remuage and are usually transferred to their different bottle sizes after disgorgement.

Alastair Harrison

Alastair Harrison founded Park Lane Champagne in 1995. The focus has always been on supplying excellent quality champagnes to customers under their own brand and in small quantities.

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All items purchased from Park Lane Champagne are sent in bespoke packaging to ensure that your bottle arrives in pristine condition. All parcels are sent using established UK couriers (normally Parcelforce) who will email you an order tracking code when your delivery leaves our warehouse. Once you have received your order tracking code you can follow the progress of your package on their website using your tracking code.

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Please note that Park Lane Champagne deliver to the UK only from the website. This includes Northern Island and the Channel Islands. If you would like your item delivered abroad please contact us so that we can prepare a bespoke quotation.

Delivery Options

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Next day (Mon-Thurs order before 12noon) £15.00
Select a day £15.00
Saturday anytime £30.00


What happens if I'm out?

If you are out when the delivery is made your item will be delivered to the nearest Post Office or left with a neighbour (if the driver feels it is safe to do so).

The driver will leave a card notifying you of the attempted delivery.