In the high seas

230-year old champagne found in Baltic Sea

“It was lying on the ocean floor at the depth 55 metres, where there is constant temperature of four degrees (Centigrade), and it is absolutely dark. It is the best storage conditions. Pressure inside the bottle remains unchanged, and prevents water and salt from getting into (the bottle). Only sparkling wine can survive in salty water,” a restaurateur and wine expert, Mr Carl Jan Granqvist, said.
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