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Table 2 Characteristics of participating establishments

From: Wine glass size and wine sales: four replication studies in one restaurant and two bars

  Previous studies Current studies
Bar and restaurant Bar 1a Bar 2 Restaurant A Bar A Bar B
Pechey et al. [8] Pechey et al. [9] Study 1 Study 2 Study 3 Study 4
Standard glass size (ml) 300 350 350 310b 350c 350 350
Intervention glass sizes (ml) 250, 300, 370 300, 370, 510 300, 510 290, 350, 450 290, 350, 450 290, 350, 450 290, 350, 450
Price of 175 ml of wine (£) 5.00 4.10 5.40 5.90 5.90 5.21 4.34
Serving sizes offered (ml)
Fixed 125, 175 125, 175, 250 125, 175, 250 125, 175 125, 175 125, 175, 250 125, 175, 250
Free-poured 500, 750, 1000 750 750 500, 750, 1000 500, 750, 1000 750 750
Sales by-the-glass (%) Bar: 93 Restaurant: 63 88 88 66 67 90 91
Study period March–July 2015 March–July 2016 March–July 2016 July–November 2017 April–October 2018 May–September 2018 May–September 2018
  1. aBar 1 in the previous studies is the same establishment as Bar A in the current studies
  2. bIn Study 1, wine glasses in current use in establishments were replaced in order to compare sales of wine when using 350 ml glasses to sales when using 450 ml and 290 ml glasses
  3. cFollowing Study 1, this establishment updated their standard glass size from 310 ml to 350 ml Royal Leerdam Bouquet glasses