„h.f.“ (High Fill) – no visible loss of liquid.
„i.n.“ (Into Neck) – Wine level is the same as at bottling.
„b.n.“ (Base Neck) – Wine level is the same as at bottling.
„h.s.“ (High Shoulder) – The mirror widens slightly. (Acceptable for wines older than 20 years).
„t.s.“ (Top Shoulder) – The mirror widens slightly. (Acceptable for wines older than 20 years).
„u.s.“ (Upper Shoulder) – Level between High Shoulder and Mid Shoulder, normal for wines older than 30 years.
„h.m.s.“ (High Mid Shoulder) – Level between High Shoulder and Mid Shoulder, normal for wines older than 30 years.
„m.s.“ (Mid Shoulder) – Level in the middle of the bottleneck, normal for wines older than 40 years.
„l.s.“ (Low Shoulder) – Level at the end of the bottle neck. Acceptable for rare and sought-after wines.
„b.s.“ (Below Shoulder) – High risk of oxidation.

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