It seems water really can be turned into wine.
At least, in Italy. Dozens in a small village thought it was a dream come true when they turned on their kitchen faucet to see red wine pour out. They knew right away what it was because of the smell and didn't let it go to waste.
Some bottled up the Lambrusco as fast as they could. Turns out a leak in a silo at the local winery caused the wine to seep into water pipes. The problem was quickly fixed.
One resident said he collected hundreds of bottles of the stuff. Luckily Lambrusco is fine as a “young” wine!
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