There are a number of different Champagne bottle sizes that vary from small, individual sized bottles to extremely large, party sized bottles.
Imperial Pint 60cl
The most common sizes seen in shops and Wine merchants are the Bottle and
Magnum sized bottles. Champagne in the other sized bottles have generally
been fermented in one these two types as they are the ideal size for creating
great Champagne. As a result, Champagne from bottles larger than the
Magnum is considered to have an inferior taste than the bottle in which it was
fermented. Bottles larger than the Magnum size are named after important
figures in the Bible. Champagne Bottles like the Melchizedek weigh over 65kg
and can cost over £400 for the bottle alone.
The larger and rarer bottles such as the Jeroboam and the Rehoboam make a great novelty for a party.