Champagne Vintage Booze Found in Shipwreck yet to be Named

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“For this wine, time has stood still,” commented chief cellarman of Veuve-Clicquot, after swirling the two hundred year old wine around in his mouth. This spectacular find was found off of Sweden.

A bottle of champagne which is purportedly two hundred some odd years old was found in a shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic, it tastes exceptional, however, it is not found the house of Veuve-Clicquot as was previously assumed.

Last month, Swedish divers making their rounds off of Finland, came across 30 bottles of perfectly preserved champagne at a depth of 180 feet. These bottles of champagne may just have been part of a consignment sent by King Louis XVI (of France) to the Russian Imperial Court.

Due to the fact that the corks still had a hint of an anchor logo, experts originally thought that the champagne might have come from the historic Veuve-Clicquot estate, which till this day, is still one of the best brands in terms of champagne.

However, after being put to the test, the firm has said that while it is perfectly preserved, the brew came from the now non-existent Juglar house.

“For this wine, time has stood still,” commented chief cellarman, Dominique Demarville, of Veuve-Clicquot, one of a small number of people who has had the privilege to sample a few millimeters of the discovery.
“It seems to me that it must taste the same as it did when it was made.”