Champagne is traditional for times of celebration - you know - Birthdays, Christenings, retirements, Tuesdays? Traditionally, Vintage Champagne has the longest ageing potential, and tends to be more complex. Master of Malt's top tip? Buy good quality Non-Vintage, store it for about 3 years, and bask in the magnificence of your money-saving savvy. The change in flavour profile after a few short years of bottle age is astonishing. What's that? More text needed you say? okay then: 750ml = Bottle; 1500ml = Magnum; 3000ml = Jeroboam; 4500ml = Rehoboam; 6000ml = Methuselah; 9000ml = Salmanazar; 12,000ml = Balthazar; 15,000ml = Nebuchadnezzar.