Large format bottles are just plain fun.

Whether uncorking a Magnum for a small dinner party or popping open a Methuselah Champagne for a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, opening a big bottle elevates any celebration.

Here we have a selection of our favorites in size Large and up. From Napa to Champagne, we hope every terroir will please the palate.  

 

Bottle Name Size
Pony 189 ml wine
Half-bottle or Split 375 ml wine
Bottle 750 ml wine
Magnum 2 wine bottles (1.5L)
Marie-Jean 3 wine bottles
Double Magnum 4 wine bottles (3.0L)
Jeroboam (sparkling wines) 4 wine bottles (3.0L)
Reboboam (red wines) 6 wine bottles (4.5L)
Imperial 8 wine bottles (6.0L)
Methuselah (sparkling wines) 8 wine bottles (6.0L)
Salmanazar 12 wine bottles (9.0L = 1 case)
Balthazar 16 wine bottles (12.0L)
Nebuchadnezzar 20 wine bottles (15.0L)
Soverign 67 wine bottles (50L)

 

2008 Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz 1.5L

2008 Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz 1.5L

Lieu dit Malakoff, Pyrenees, Australia

91pts- Wine Spectator | Prime Drinking

2014 Villa Huesgen Riesling 1.5L

2014 Villa Huesgen Riesling 1.5L

Mosel, Germany

'Very Good' -Wine Enthusiast

2003 Meyer Family Cabernet Sauv 1.5L

2003 Meyer Family Cabernet Sauv 1.5L

Bonny's Vineyard, Oakville, Napa Valley

Silver Oak Family's Magnum Production

2011 Sassicaia Super Tuscan Magnum

2011 Sassicaia Super Tuscan Magnum

Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy

WS95 | JS94 | WA94

2012 Ornellaia Super Tuscan Magnum

2012 Ornellaia Super Tuscan Magnum

Tuscany, Italy

97 Points, James Suckling

2009 Bryant Family Bettina

2009 Bryant Family Bettina

Proprietary Red Blend 1.5L

98 V - 97 WA - 95 WS - 93 ST

2008 Bryant Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum

2008 Bryant Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum

Proprietor Grown, Napa Valley (1.5L)

97pts -Wine Spectator | 94pts - Robert Parker

1952 Château La Mission Haut-Brion

1952 Château La Mission Haut-Brion

Magnum (Blemished Front Label)

98pts -Wine Spectator