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Half- and quarter- bottles on wine in a Paris rrestaurant

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Quick question:

In Italy, one can order a mezzo (half-bottle) and quarto (quarter-bottle) of wine at most restaurants.

I seem to recall that can be done in in France, too.

What are the correct French words?

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