One grapevine typically produces 18 pounds of grapes.
One grapevine makes SIX bottles of wine.
One acre supports 450 vines.
One acre produces four tons of grapes.
One acre makes 225 cases of wine.
One bottle pours five glasses of wine (for most of us!).
One case consists of twelve bottles.
One bottle of wine is typically 750ml. A half bottle is 375 ml.
A magnum is 1.5 liters or 2 bottles of wine.
A Jeroboam is 3 liters or 4 bottles of wine.
A double magnum is also 3 liters, or 4 bottles of wine.
A Rehoboam is 4.5 liters or 6 bottles of wine.
A Methusalem is 6 liters or 8 bottles of wine.
An Imperial is also 6 liters or 8 bottles of wine.
A Salamanazar is 9 liters or 12 bottles of wine (an entire case!).
A Balthazar is 12 liters or 16 bottles of wine.
And the grand salami, a Nebuchadnezzar is 15 liters or 20 bottles of wine (enough for an office party).
Someday, someday….a Nebuchadnezzar will sit on my table, and you will join me in trying to finish it before midnight!!!