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Magnum tonic wine is a grape-based wine produced in Jamaica that is infused with vitamins and minerals, intended to give the drinker a boost of energy. The wine was first produced in 1999. More »

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A magnum of wine contains 1.5 liters of wine, which is the equivalent of two bottles of wine. Champagne and sparkling wines, as well as Bordeaux-style wines and Burgundy-style wines all are sold in magnum-size bottles. More »

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A magnum of wine contains 1.5 liters of wine, which is the equivalent of two bottles of wine. Champagne and sparkling wines, as well as Bordeaux-style wines and Burgundy-style wines all are sold in magnum-size bottles. More »

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According to Champagne Direct, a magnum of champagne, which is equivalent to two standard bottles, contains 12 glasses. It holds 150 centiliters of the sparkling wine. Because magnums are so large, they are poured by pla... More »

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