Okay so you’re planning the party of the century but you just need to know the answer to one vital question:
How many glasses can you get out of one Prosecco bottle?
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How Many Glasses of Prosecco in a Bottle?
There's six large glasses (125ml) of Prosecco in a standard 750ml (75cl) bottle. For a toast, you should be able to fill eight flutes of Prosecco with a bottle.
Knowing this vital piece of party planning information will help ensure you get enough bottles in to keep all of your guests happy.
So how can you work out exactly how many Prosecco bottles you and your party are going to need?
How Many Bottles of Prosecco Do You Need?
So how many bottles of Prosecco will you need to get in for your party?
Well, it depends on two things:
The amount of guests and how generous you are feeling.
If you want to start by providing a welcome glass of Prosecco for each guest then knowing:
- There are 6 glasses in each Prosecco bottle is crucial to becoming the hostess with the mostess.
So a simple Prosecco glass maths equation will look like this:
- If you have 150 guests you will need 25 bottles of Prosecco.
Heres the info on the number of standard size Prosecco bottle you'll need depending on how many people are being served 1 glass:
|Number of Guests||Number of Bottles||Number of Glasses|
But does this maths apply to every bottle of Prosecco?
What if the bottle of Prosecco comes in a different size?
Prosecco Bottles: A Size Guide
As standard, most Prosecco bottles tend to come in 750ml sizes, but you may be pleased to learn that there are other options out there.
In fact there are 14 types of Prosecco bottles.
In ascending order, they are:
|Bottle Type||Capacity Litres||Bottle Equivalent||No. Glasses (125ml)|
|1. Piccolo||0.1875||1/4 of a standard bottle||1|
|2. Half Bottle (Demi)||0.375||1/2 of a standard bottle||3|
|3. Standard Bottle||0.75||1||6|
|4. Magnum Bottle||1.5||2||12|
|5. Jeroboam Bottle||3||4||24|
|6. Rehoboam Bottle||4.5||6||36|
|7. Methuselah Bottle||6||8||48|
|8. Salmanazar Bottle||9||12||72|
|9. Balthazar Bottle||12||16||96|
|10. Nebuchadnezzar Bottle||15||20||120|
|11. Solomon Bottle||18||24||144|
|12. Sovereign Bottle||25||34||200|
|13. Primat Bottle||27||36||216|
|14. Melchizedek Bottle||30||40||240|
A piccolo sized Prosecco bottle is only 187.5ml of Prosecco or 1/4 of a standard bottle which is just over 1 glass of Prosecco - keep it to yourself!
2. Half Bottle
At 375ml (12.6 fl oz) this is the smallest format of Prosecco bottle, holding enough for 3 glasses.
3. Standard Bottle
At 750ml (25 fl oz) this is the most common size of Prosecco bottle and chances are you’ll come across this bottle the most.
This Prosecco bottle holds 6 x 125ml servings.
4. Magnum Bottle
Is it really a party if you don’t have a Magnum of sparkling wine?
Prosecco magnums will hold the equivalent of two standard bottles.
It is 1.5 liters (50 fl oz) in size and you can get 12 servings out of one bottle.
5. Jeroboam Bottle
Coming in at a whopping 3 litre (101 fl oz) capacity a Jeroboam is twice the size of a Magnum.
That's 24 x 125ml glasses of Prosecco to enjoy.
You’ll need strong arms to pour from this bottle.
6. Rehoboam Bottle
Sitting at 4.5 Litres or 6 x standard Prosecco bottles you'll get 36 glasses of bubbly, bubbly-ness.
7. Methuselah Bottle
Double the size again (are you spotting a pattern here?) the Methuselah can hold a mammoth 48 servings of Prosecco with its 6 litre (203 fl oz) capacity.
8. Salmanazar Bottle
A Salmanazar is the equivalent of 3 Jeroboams, or 12 standard bottles and has a capacity of 9 litres (304 fl oz).
That is 72 glasses of Prosecco.
I hope you and your guests are thirsty!
9. Balthazar Bottle
Almost too big to imagine, a Balthazar holds a mighty 16 x standard prosecco bottles and has a capacity of 12 litres (405 fl oz).
We're up to 96 x glasses of 125ml of Prosecco.
10. Nebuchadnezzar Bottle
Last but by no means least this is the Prosecco bottle to end all Prosecco bottles.
Big enough to hold 15 litres of sparkling wine that’s a mega 120 glasses of Prosecco in one bottle!
But good luck when it comes to pouring all of those glasses!
11. Solomon Bottle
We hope you have a few party guests on hand because a Solomon bottle is 18 litres or 24 standard Prosecco bottles, that's 144 glasses...there won't be a dry mouth in the house!
12. Sovereign Bottle
25 litres of Prosecco equating to 34 bottles of standard size Prosecco, thats 200 glasses of 125ml.
13. Primat Bottle
Primat bottles hold 27 litres of Prosecco or 36 standard bottles and a total of 216 glasses.
14. Melchizedek Bottle
The biggest of the biggest bottles available to buy, a Melchizedek bottle holds 30 litres of Prosecco which is a the same as a whopping 40 standard bottles.
You'll have enough to give 1 glass of Prosecco to 240 of your guests (240 glasses) - quite the occasion!
So there really is a bottle for every occasion when it comes to Prosecco.
Now you have everything you need to ensure that you’re never short of Prosecco at every party and event to come.
We'll drink to that!
Summary of How Many Glasses In a Bottle of Prosecco
Here's a simple table with the all important glasses per Prosecco bottle calculations ta da:
Before You Go...
We hope this answers any questions you may have on how many glasses of Prosecco you can get in a bottle.
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