Hi,

Getting cabinets made and I need to know the heights of a 26oz (750ml) and of a 40oz (1.14L) bottles of Grey Goose...

Anyone have these bottles around the house that could measure one for me?

Thanks in advance!
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Originally posted by godx:
Hi,

Getting cabinets made and I need to know the heights of a 26oz (750ml) and of a 40oz (1.14L) bottles of Grey Goose...

Anyone have these bottles around the house that could measure one for me?

Thanks in advance!

750 ml = 13.5"
A little thread drift...something I always find somewhat odd...I love Grey Goose for martinis, but I always think twice about buying the 1.5 at Costco for $50 (which lasts a good month) but never think twice about plopping down $30-40 for some wine I have never tried but heard might be good.
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Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
If you like it so much why dont you just buy one of each and measure them?

You're an idoit. GG bottles are some of the tallest bottles...My millworker is building custom cabinets in my bar/wine area...Im at work and hes in the shop about to start cutting and I wanted to make sure the height we chose would fit the tallest bottles around.
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Originally posted by Dunder:
Further thread drift, about a month ago we did a blind vodka tasting of about 8 premium and well vodkas. Chopin and Level came 1 and 2 and I believe GG was 4th.
Dunder, I agree with the quality of Level...it is top notch.
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Originally posted by godx:
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Originally posted by Dunder:
Further thread drift, about a month ago we did a blind vodka tasting of about 8 premium and well vodkas. Chopin and Level came 1 and 2 and I believe GG was 4th.
Dunder, I agree with the quality of Level...it is top notch.
It was practically a dead tie between Chopin and Level, at the end of the day Chopin got the nod for having the cooler bottle. Big Grin

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