This week's Fact Friday Lindsay shares a fact from The Wine Bible.
A Nebuchadnezzar is a bottle of Champagne holding 20 standard bottles, or approximately 100 glasses. It is named after the king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar, who was a prominent and powerful ruler who destroyed Jerusalem. The bottle are rarities and are individually handblown.
-Sourced from The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil, revised second edition, 2015.