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Divers have discovered what is thought to be the world's oldest drinkable champagne, fishing a bottle of the centuries-old bubbly from a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea.
Dive instructor Christian Ekstrom says the champagne, believed to be from the 1780's, "tasted fantastic." Ekstrom said Saturday he's "98 percent sure" of the champagne's age, having conferred with experts.
About 30 bottles are believed to remain in the wreckage. Swedish wine expert Carl-Jan Granqvist says each bottle could bri
Originally posted by airspoon
reply to post by rhynouk
Could you imagine drinking a $65,000 USD bottle of Champagne? I would probably feel a little guilty, though I would enjoy it. For the most part, the price of Champagne usually does reflect the quality.