As if 2020 has not been a crazy year for the world, one winery in Spain suffered a severe loss when thousands of litres of its wine flooded onto the streets.
According to viral videos on Twitter showing the flood-like red waters, the wine flowed out around tractors and cars, and into a nearby field.
News.com.au reports that more than 50 000 litres of red wine sprayed out of a tall metal vat at the Bodegas Vitivinos winery in Villamalea in Albacete in central Spain.
The site refers to local reports which say the spill was caused by a break in one of the tanks.“Bodegas Vitivinos was founded in 1969 and produces up to 6 million kilos of grapes a year.
The winery uses grape varieties including bobal and tempranillo to create an intense dark cherry colour.”
2020 continues to flex.
Blowout of a red wine tank at Bodegas Vivitinos vineyard… pic.twitter.com/ao5eQb9nKF
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