Wine legend

 

The table below lists the meaning of the individual abbreviations.

 

bt.

Bottle

Ch

Château bottled

I

Domaine bottled

Dbt

Bottled in DK

Owc

Original wooden case

Oc

Original carton

1/2

Half bottle (37,5 cl)

0,5 l

Half litre (50 cl)

Mg

Magnum (150 cl)

Dmg

Double magnum (300 cl)

Jero

Jeroboam

(up to 1978 jeroboams were generally bottled in 4,5 litre bottles rather than 5 litre bottles). Bottles from Champagne and Burgundy only 3 litres.

Imp

Imperial (600 cl)

Met

Methusalem (600 cl)

Sal

Salmanazar (900 cl)

Bal

Balthazar (1200 cl)

Neb

Nebuchadnezzar (1500 cl)

Mel

Melchior (1800 cl)

 

Unless otherwise stated, bottles are of a normal size (75 cl). No guarantee is given for the wine's quality or condition.

Having reached a certain age, it is natural for some of the wine to have evaporated from the neck of the bottle.