Sparkling wine can be a dangerous pleasure. “The pressure inside a champagne bottle is anywhere between 50 and 90 pounds per square inch,” said Dr. Andrew Iwach, an American Academy of Ophthalmology spokesman, in an online video. “That’s as much pressure as is found inside the tire of a double-decker bus.”
Sparkling wine can be a dangerous pleasure. “The pressure inside a champagne bottle is anywhere between 50 and 90 pounds per square inch,” said Dr. Andrew Iwach, an American Academy of Ophthalmology spokesman, in an online video. “That’s as much pressure as is found inside the tire of a double-decker bus.” E. & J. Gallo
Sparkling wine can be a dangerous pleasure. “The pressure inside a champagne bottle is anywhere between 50 and 90 pounds per square inch,” said Dr. Andrew Iwach, an American Academy of Ophthalmology spokesman, in an online video. “That’s as much pressure as is found inside the tire of a double-decker bus.” E. & J. Gallo

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