Wine bottles are generally made of glass, some of which are green, some are blue, and some are colorless and transparent; their shape and volume are strange, except for the standard bottle of 750 ml, you know What other bottles are there? As a 750ml Flint Wine Bottle Factory, let's share it with you.
1. Piccolo bottle (Piccolo)
Refers to 0.187 liters, equivalent to 0.25 standard bottles. The word is Italian, meaning "small", also known as a quarter bottle, pony, snipe or split.
2. Quart bottle (Quart)
Refers to 0.1875 or 0.2 liters, equivalent to 0.25 or 0.26 standard bottles, commonly found in Champagne.
3. Split bottle (Split)
Refers to 0.187 liters, equivalent to 0.25 standard bottles, commonly found in Bordeaux.
4. Chopin (Chopine)
Refers to 0.25 liters, equivalent to 0.33 standard bottles, which is the French traditional volume unit.
5. Half bottle (Demi/Demise)
Refers to 0.375 liters, equivalent to 0.5 standard bottles, meaning "half" in French, also known as half bottle.
6. Half Bottle (Half Bottle)
Refers to 0.375 liters, equivalent to 0.5 standard bottles.
7. Girl Bottle (Fillette)
Refers to 0.375 liters, equivalent to 0.5 standard bottles, meaning "little girl."
8. Tenth (Tenth)
Refers to 0.378 liters, equivalent to 0.505 standard bottles, also referred to as 0.1 gallons.
9. Jennifer Bottle (Jennie)
Refers to 0.5 liters, equivalent to 0.67 standard bottles, also known as 50-liter bottles. Common in Tokaj, Sauternes, Jerez, and some other types of sweet wines.
10. Medium ou Pinte
Refers to 0.5 liters, equivalent to 0.67 standard bottles, commonly found in champagne.
11. Cleveland (Clavelin)
Refers to 0.62 liters, equivalent to 0.83 standard bottles, mainly used for Jura.
12. Standard bottle (Bottle)
Refers to 0.75 liters, equivalent to a standard bottle, sometimes referred to as the "fifteen."
13. Standard bottle (Standard)
Refers to 0.75 liters, equivalent to a standard bottle, the standard bottle type.
14. Fifth type bottle (Fifth)
Refers to 0.757 liters, equivalent to 1.01 standard bottles, which refers to 0.2 gallons, commonly found in American distilled spirits.
15. 1-liter bottle (Litre)
It refers to 1 liter, which is equivalent to 1.33 standard bottles. It is a commonly used bottle for Austrian wines.
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