Bottle

A unit of volume. In Britain, a common bottle size was 2/3 Imperial quart (757.68 milliliters), a unit known as the reputed quart. Today wine is customarily sold in bottles containing 750 millilitres.
Conversions
1 bottle=750 millilitres 1 bottle=0.75 litres
1 magnum=1.5 litres 1 magnum =2 bottles
1 jeroboam=3 litres 1 jeroboam =4 bottles
1 rehoboam=4.5 litres 1 rehoboam=6 bottles
1 methuselah=6 litres 1 methuselah=8 bottles
1 salmanazar=9 litres 1 salmanazar=12 bottles
1 balthazar=12 litres 1 balthazar=16 bottles
1 nebuchadnezzar=15 litres 1 nebuchadnezzar=20 bottles

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