Wine From Water

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Pierluigi Lugano, an Abissi winemaker, checks a Primat, a bottle that contains 27 liters of sparkling wine, that was brought to the surface by scuba divers in Chiavari, Italy. Pierluigi Lugano is experimenting by storing his wine three to four years in the sea at a depth of 60 meters and some 3 kilometers offshore, where the water temperature remains constant under 6 bars of pressure with a slight deepwater current.
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