What is a Jeroboam? A Jeroboam, is a 3 litre bottle of champagne; this equates to four standard bottles of champagne.
Traditionally, large bottles of champagne are named after Biblical figures. The Jeroboam is named after two kings of Israel, the first of whom is generally regarded as the founder of the kingdom of Israel.
The Jeroboam is famed for its use by winners of the Formula 1 Grand Prix, winners of the Tour de France & Arsenal Football Club when celebrating winning the Football Association Cup.