The deadly side of champagne bubbles

Though the "sparkling" part of champagne is a key part of it's appeal, those tiny bubbles were a huge problem for about a century's worth of French wine makers. We'll let you in on the making, and the downside, of bubbles. » 9/20/13 1:00pm 9/20/13 1:00pm

World's oldest wine and beer finally drunk after 200 years

Finnish divers recently discovered several crates of champagne and beer from a sunken ship that had been at the bottom of the Baltic Sea for nearly two centuries. The experts carefully identified, researched, and analyzed the alcohol...then they drank it. » 11/21/10 10:00am 11/21/10 10:00am