Jeroboam

Jeroboam əm (Hebrew: {Hebrew|יָרָבְעָם} yarobh`am; Ἱεροβοάμ Hieroboam) was the first king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel after the revolt of the ten northern Israelite tribes against Rehoboam that put an end to the United Monarchy. Jeroboam reigned for 22 years. William F. Albright has dated his reign from 922 to 90...
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Jeroboam

(lived 10th century BC) First king of Israel (c. 922-901 BC) after it split away from the kingdom of Judah. ...
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jeroboam

double-magnum noun a large wine bottle (holds 4/5 of a gallon)
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Jeroboam

A large bottle equivalent to four to six 750ml bottles; also called a double magnum.
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Jeroboam

A large bottle holding three litres, the equivalent of four regular wine bottles.
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Jeroboam

A large bottle holding three litres, the equivalent of four regular wine bottles.
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jeroboam

A large format bottle, and the most confusing of all, for it means different things to different wines. In Bordeaux it is equivalent to six standard bottles, but in Burgundy and Champagne a Jeroboam contains the equivalent of a mere four bottles (a double magnum in Bordeaux). See my advisory page on wine bottle sizes for more information.
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jeroboam

a large wine bottle holding about 3 liters, 4 times the volume of a regular bottle. A jeroboam is sometimes called a double magnum.
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Jeroboam

An enormous bottle holding 4.5 litres in Bordeaux (that's the equivalent to six normal bottles) or 3 litres in Champagne (four bottles' worth). Either way, you'll probably need to invite some friends round to help you drink it!
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Jeroboam

An oversized bottle equal to six regular 750ml bottles.
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Jeroboam

An oversized bottle holding the equivalent of six bottles. In Champagne, a jeroboam holds four bottles.
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Jeroboam

Bottle oversize for champagne with the volume of three liters or the content of four normal bottles. Jeroboam was the first biblical name for bottle oversizes, allegedly used in 1725 by winemakers in Bordeaux (not Champagne). In Bordeaux, however, this bottle size for still wines becomes double magnum designated. Confusingly, in Bordeaux for Still ...
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jeroboam

large bottle for holding equivalent of 6 ordinary wine bottles
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Jeroboam

Oversize wine bottle; however, the exact size is not standardized. It may be equivalent to 4, 5 or 6 standard (750 ml) bottles, depending upon the wine producer. In Champagne, France and in California, it is often 3 liters in size; in Bordeaux, 3.75 liters; in England, as much as 4.5 liters.
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Jeroboam

Oversize wine bottle; however, the exact size is not standardized. It may be equivalent to 4, 5 or 6 standard (750 ml) bottles, depending upon the wine producer. In Champagne, France and in California, it is often 3 liters in size; in Bordeaux, 3.75 liters; in England, as much as 4.5 liters.
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Jeroboam

Oversize wine bottle; however, the exact size is not standardized. It may be equivalent to 4, 5 or 6 standard (750 ml) bottles, depending upon the wine producer. In Champagne, France and in California, it is often 3 liters in size; in Bordeaux, 3.75 liters; in England, as much as 4.5 liters.
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Jeroboam

There are several sizes of Jeroboams: 3.0L, 4.5L and 5.0L. Typically the 3L size is used for sparkling wine, and the 4.5L is for red wine.
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Jeroboam

There are several sizes of Jeroboams: 3.0L, 4.5L and 5.0L. Typically the 3L size is used for sparkling wine, and the 4.5L is for red wine.
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jeroboam

[n] - (Old Testament) first king of the northern kingdom of Israel who led Israel into sin (10th century BC) 2. [n] - a large wine bottle (holds 4/5 of a gallon)
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