What is that BIG bottle called?

Liters Name Notes
0.188 Piccolo “Small” in Italian. Also known as a quarter bottle, pony, snipe or split.
0.25 Chopine Traditional French unit of volume.
0.375 Demi “Half” in French. Also known as a half bottle.
0.5 50 cl bottle Used for Tokaj, Sauternes, Jerez, as well as several other types of sweet wines.
0.75 Standard Worldwide standard wine bottle.
1 Litre Popular size for Austrian wines.
1.5 Magnum Equal to two standard bottles.
3 Double Magnum, Jeroboam Jeroboam indicates different sizes in different regions of France.
4.5 Rehoboam First king of separate Judea.
5 McKenzie Primarily found in France and Italy, sometimes in the United States.
6 Imperial, Methuselah Methuselah, biblical, oldest man.
9 Salmanazar Assyrian King.
12 Balthazar One of three Wise Men to present gifts at Jesus’ nativity.
15 Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon.
18 Melchior, Solomon One of three Wise Men to present gifts at Jesus’ nativity.
18 Solomon King of Israel, Son of David.
26.25 Sovereign Reportedly created by Taittinger in 1988 for the launch of the then world’s largest cruise liner Sovereign of the Seas.
27 Primat, Goliath Primat likely from the Late Latin prīmās (chief, noble); Goliath—biblical, killed by David.
30 Melchizedek, Midas Melchizedek—King of Salem; Midas may refer to the mythical king of Phrygia in Greek mythology.
Source material: Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_bottle