Well Chilled Champagne?

A Singaporean investor set a new record for the world’s most expensive champagne by paying $44,000 for a bottle of 1841 Veuve Cliquot. It was salvaged from a shipwreck 165 feet deep off the Aland Islands located between Sweden and Finland. Experts say the Baltic seabed proved to be an ideal wine cellar with low temperatures, darkness and little oxygen. So much for using a fridge to store my wine!

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