In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(bottle)(botella de litro y medio) mágnum masculino
- Spot prizes were raffled after the ride out with a magnum of champagne attracting much attention from the ticket buyers.
- While available in magnums, this is not a wine requiring the slow maturation that a larger bottle brings.
- At the average grand prix there are 4000 VIP guests who between them guzzle down 2,300 lobsters, 1.4 tonnes of beef, 1.2 tonnes of fish and 5,500 magnums of champagne.
- A rare magnum of champagne to celebrate the 1981 marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales is to be auctioned in Swindon.
- The chain's strong concept of family-style dining, also calls for larger-style wine bottles, such as the popular magnums, and double magnums, he said.
- You've never seen five cameramen move so quickly as when there's a magnum of Champagne being sprayed in their direction.
- Buyers can also request their wine in less common formats - half bottles, magnums and such like - and you can usually expect to save yourself some money.
- Christian Hadfield won the best patisserie dish in a live cookout and received a trophy, and a magnum of red burgundy for his efforts.
- The match will be followed by the presentation of the awards and the annual draw, the first prize of which is £50 and a magnum of champagne.
- William E. Heinecke and Kevin J. Beauvais open the ‘fiery’ champagne magnums, declaring the party open.
- Last Christmas, he presented each of his suite-holders and front-row seat-holders at Toyota Center with a magnum of his wine.
- We took the Tube to ‘the Famous Shoe Designer's’ house and bought a bottle of £4 white wine, but after we arrived they popped open a magnum of champagne.
- With the Twelve Days Of Christmas firmly forgotten about, the revellers had a fantastic time, drinking a magnum of Belgian beer Duvel outside the Minster.
- McIlvanney made up for his absence by despatching three magnums of excellent champagne for Fyall and his guests, and a magnum of Krug for the birthday boy himself.
- In Bordeaux, a double magnum is traditionally considered to be 3 liters, while a Jeroboam is 4.5 liters.
- At times there were just eight senior players in training, not enough to crack open his magnum of champagne as Fulham's player of the month for October.
- Both of these wine bars will boast lists of several hundred bottles of wine in all sizes, from magnums to halves, with perhaps up to a hundred ultimately available by the glass.
- While not a venue for the little black dress or magnums of champagne, the food here is very good and the prices are value for money.
- In addition to receiving 25% of the purse, the winner of the Pro event will also take home a magnum of Moet & Chandon White Star Champagne.
- The generous owner of Le Vigneron had opened a dusty magnum from his dimly-lit vault.
2also magnum revolvermágnum femenino
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