Magnum means a bottle containing 1,5 liters of wine and Jéroboam 3 liters. They are the best shapes of bottles to drink wine and always give the best satisfaction; a Magnum or a Jéroboam bottle has a wine quantity that – compared to the standard bottles – has a smaller amount of oxygen in contact and a larger amount of wine.
A wine retained in Magnum or Jéroboam reaches the maturity more slowly, it evolves in a more stable and protected way and resists in a better way to temperature fluctuations, but above all it enhaces its sensory characteristics. Wine lovers prefer them beacause they expect to find more freshness, great refinement and more complex aromas than the classic bottle. Large bottle formats are available for special occasions.