Bottles of wine, primarily French bordeaux, litter the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean near the remains of the luxury liner Titanic, more than 12,000 feet below the surface. Picture: Alamy
Nellie Ming Lee
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An underwater winery? Champagne house hits the spot with ocean-aged wine

Immersing bottles in the sea can be an eco-friendly way to age wines

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Bottles of wine, primarily French bordeaux, litter the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean near the remains of the luxury liner Titanic, more than 12,000 feet below the surface. Picture: Alamy
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