The term ‘Magnum’ refers to a wine bottle size that holds 1.5 litres (54 fl oz) of liquid. It is equivalent to combining the contents of two regular-sized wine bottles (75cl).

It is widely regarded as the ideal size for fine wine bottle aging (particularly Champagne), large enough to slow the aging process but not too large to the point of becoming cumbersome or prohibitively expensive.

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