Salmanazar

A large bottle holding nine litres, the equivalent of 12 regular wine bottles.
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Salmanazar

A large bottle holding nine litres, the equivalent of 12 regular wine bottles.
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Salmanazar

A large bottle holding the equivalent of 12 750ml bottles.
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salmanazar

a large wine bottle holding about 9 liters, 12 times the volume of a regular bottle.
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Salmanazar

An oversized bottle holding 9 liters, the equivalent of 12 regular bottles.
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Salmanazar

Bottle oversize for champagne with the volume of nine liters or the content of 12 normal bottles. The name derives from the Assyrian king Salmanassar V (reigned 727-722 BC), who in 722 BC. Israel (northern kingdom of the Jews) conquered and to the province of Assyria made. See also below bottles and wine vessels,
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