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PHOTO of the Day: Ocean-Aged Wine, Anyone?

An adventurous vintner in Charleston, S.C., experiments with aging his wine under the sea. This batch had been aged for six months and other cases of wine have sat in the Charleston Harbor for half that time. Jim "Bear" Dyke owns Mira Winery in Charleston.

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AP — Wine that had just been recovered after being aged in Charleston Harbor for six months is loaded into a box on a dock in Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, The Mira Winery is conducting an ongoing experiment to gauge the effect of ocean aging on wine. Other cases of wine had been aged in the harbor last year for three months. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith)

Jim "Bear" Dyke, the owner of Mira Winery, hands a bottle of wine off a boat docked in Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. The wine had just been recovered after being aged in Charleston Harbor for six months as part of an ongoing experiment by the winery to gauge the effect of ocean aging on wine. Other cases of wine had been aged in the harbor last year for three months. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith)

 

 

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