Term for small format bottles in different sizes. So be Still wine bottles with a volume of 0.1875 l (quarter bottle; also nip ) or 0.375 l (half bottle) but also Sparkling wine bottles with 0.2 l (also piccolo ) designated. See complete lists below bottles and wine vessels,
Unit of measure for a drink mixed at a bar (also pony-ounce).
A very popular with the female sex in the 1920s cocktail from an alcoholic and a non-alcoholic drink, which was served in the bars and nightclubs and also in bourgeois dance halls. Mostly this consisted of a piccolo bottle sparkling wine and orange juice. Sparkling wine with eggnog or a piece of cake with a coffee and an alcoholic drink, such as Black Forest cherry cake with amaretto or kirsch, was also used in cafés. In contrast, the men's place settings usually contained a sparkling wine and a beer or a beer and a grain. See also under wine mixed drinks,