skip to Main Content
magnum wine kits

Unfortunately, due to supply chain issues and logistics difficulties, we are currently unable to ship Bottle Mold Kits. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and are working hard to shore up our supply chain; however, we do not currently have an estimated date at which we can begin shipping these kits again. This page will be updated as the situation changes. Thank you for your understanding.

Magnum wine bottles are much larger than conventional wine bottles and therefore are more impressive when used as a sugar glass bottle for cakes and culinary displays. The larger size of the breakaway, sugar, magnum wine bottle is also very useful as a stage prop in plays and theatrical productions because it can be better seen by the audience and if broken creates an impressive yet safe shatter effect.

Materials Included

  • CopyFlex® Liquid Silicone
  • ClearCut™ Isomalt
  • Seal-Dit™
  • Anchor-Dit™
  • Safe-D-Clay™
  • Wine Bottle Tube-It™
  • Slit Wine Bottle Tube-It™
  • Band-Its™

One Magnum Wine Bottle Mold Kit



Two Magnum Wine Bottle Mold Kit



Four Magnum Wine Bottle Mold Kit



moldThese kits include everything needed to make these amazing, food safe, reusable molds; they include the proper amounts of Safe-D-Clay™, Isomalt, and our Dits™, as well as our CopyFlex® the new Tube-Its™ and Band-Its™.

magnum wine bottle measuresThe tubes included in our Sugar Wine Bottle Mold Kits are designed to fit a standard wine bottle, with dimensions up to 13 3/4″ high and 4″ in diameter (measured across the bottom of the bottle). If you need to make a mold from a larger bottle, please purchase one of our Sugar Magnum Champagne Bottle Mold Kits.

The sugar bottle molds that are made from these kits are reusable. CopyFlex® is a professional grade silicone intended to be used repeatedly in commercial kitchens when needed. Once you have made this mold, you can count on it as a permanent tool in your bakeshop arsenal, always ready for sugar bottle production.

Click Here For Printable Instructions 

Back To Top