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Author Topic: Divers find 230yr old champagne  (Read 516 times)

Offline Wizzo

Divers find 230yr old champagne
« on: July 26, 2010, 05:13:28 PM »

In a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea, divers have found what is being thought to be the world’s oldest and most expensive drinkable champagne.

Believed to be around 230 years old, each bottle found is expected to go for around $68,000. Divers even tasted one of the bottles they had found 200 feet down in the Baltic Sea.

The bottle is being thought of as part of a cargo that was to be delivered to the Russian court in the 1780s. Swedish champagne guide Juhlin said that the champagne is 98 percent sure to be from the French house of Veuve Cliquot, which was established in 1772. The champagne bottles were found off the coast of Aland, autonomous maritime province in Finland.

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