While the standard bottle stands at 75cl, winemakers also bottle in larger sizes, which age the wine better. They are also produced in less quantities, thus a magnum bottle of wine or champagne costs more than two standard bottles. Wine bottles in larger sizes are named after biblical kings. They also get more difficult to pronounce, correspondingly challenging the more inebriated you become. The largest bottle is named Midas, for the king with the golden touch, at 40 litres.