A bottle is a rigid container with a neck that is narrower than the body and a mouth.
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The bottle was pinched into a special shape, as can be seen in the photo to the left, to provide a chamber into which the marble was pushed to open the bottle.
This prevented the marble from blocking the neck as the drink was poured.
One approach to helping beginner identify their old bottles involves show them the bases of old bottles.
The picture below at the left shows an iron pontil on the base jof a historical flask circa 1865.
First attested in English in the 14th century, the word bottle derives from Old French boteille, which comes from vulgar Latin butticula, itself from late Latin buttis meaning "cask", which is perhaps the latinisation of the Greek βοῦττις (bouttis), "vessel".
The glass bottle was an important development in the history of wine, because, when combined with a high-quality stopper such as a cork, it allowed long-term aging of wine.
Soon after its introduction, the bottle became extremely popular with the soft drink and brewing industries, mainly in Europe, Asia and Australasia, though some alcohol drinkers disdained the use of the bottle.
One etymology of the term codswallop originates from beer sold in Codd bottles, though this is generally dismissed as a folk etymology.
Glass has all the qualities required for long-term storage.
It eventually gave rise to "château bottling", the practice where an estate's wine is put in a bottle at the source, rather than by a merchant.
The plastic is strain oriented in the stretch blow molding manufacturing process.