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Marie-Jeanne

Designation for a today only rarely used bottle oversize with the volume of 2.25 liters or the content of three normal bottles with 0.75 liters. The name derives from Marie-Jeanne Ozeanne (1734-1786), who was one of the most famous engravers of wine bottles in her day. This size is still old Bordeaux bottles to find until the early 1970s. Also the bottle format Tregnum and the cavity size Tappit hen include 2.25 liters. See also below bottles and wine vessels,

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