Red wine does not pair well with dirt and grass.
A video of a damaged tank spewing red wine onto the ground at a Spanish winery recently went viral on Twitter. According to reports, enough wine was spilled to spread to a nearby field.
The incident occurred at the Bodegas Vitivinos winery in Vallamalea in Central Spain, News.com.au reports. One of the wineryâ€™s tanks was reportedly damaged, causing more than 13,000 gallons of red wine to flood the area.
In the footage, a huge flood of red liquid can be seen spewing from one of the tanks, spreading out and covering a massive area on the ground underneath. Enough wine was spilled to reportedly flow out around nearby vehicles and into a nearby field.
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Local news outlets reported that the spill was caused by a break in the tank.
On Twitter, video of the spill went viral and has been viewed over 9 million times. Several commenters compared the footage to a scene in â€śThe Shiningâ€ť where a character has a vision of an elevator full of blood opening up in front of them.
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One user wrote, â€śA minute of silence for so many days and nights of happiness that will not be possible.â€ť Several users also replied with gifsÂ of famous actors and actresses crying.
Another user added, â€śHoly God, what a waste.â€ť
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Others seemed to think that the incident was a good metaphor what this year has felt like for many people, with one user writing, â€śUnfortunate,Â what more surprises will 2020 have for us?â€ť