Throwing a party, New Year’s Eve, a wedding reception, fundraiser, or other event and need to know how much champagne to buy for the toast? You’ll get an estimate of how many bottles of champagne to buy using this calculator.

## Champagne Math

This calculator uses the following information to determine how much champagne is needed:

- A 750ml bottle of champagne is equal to 25.36 ounces
- Although a champagne flute typically holds 6 ounces, a standard pour of champagne for a toast is 4 ounces
- One bottle of champagne provides 6.25 servings (at 4 ounces per pour)

## How Much Champagne To Buy Chart

This chart will give you an approximate idea of how many bottles of champagne you will need to buy based on 4 ounce servings. Use the calculator below for a breakdown for a specific number of guests as well as 6 ounce servings.

How many bottles of champagne for 10 guests?You will need1.6bottles of champagne for 10 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 20 guests?You will need3.2bottles of champagne for 20 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 25 guests?You will need4bottles of champagne for 25 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 30 guests?You will need4.8bottles of champagne for 30 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 40 guests?You will need6.4bottles of champagne for 40 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 50 guests?You will need8bottles of champagne for 50 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 75 guests?You will need12bottles of champagne for 75 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 100 guests?You will need16bottles of champagne for 100 guests.

How many bottles of champagne for 200 guests?You will need32bottles of champagne for 200 guests.

## How Much Champagne For A Champagne Tower

If you are thinking of having a champagne tower using champagne glasses, you will need to increase your calculations per serving to 6 ounces. One 750ml bottle of champagne would provide 4.2 servings at 6 ounces per serving.

If you are renting a champagne tower, you should already know what size you will need and how many gallons the tower will hold. You will also want to know the minimum volume of champagne the machine can operate on so that you can adjust the volume closer to your guest size. Rented champagne towers typically come in 3, 5 and 7 gallon sizes. 750 ml is roughly equal to .2 gallons, so you would need five bottles of champagne for each gallon.

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