Magnum – meaning of the word and example

A wine bottle of twice the standard size, normally 11/2 litres. (Oxford Dictionaries)

1.5 litres of wine, or a bottle containing this. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A large wine bottle holding about 1.5 litres. (Merriam – Webster)

magnum is a wine bottle holding the equivalent of two normal bottles, approximately 1.5 litres. (Collins Dictionary)


Magnum of red wine Sassabruna.


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