Tragic footage has emerged out of Italy showing 30,000 litres of Prosecco going to waste.
The liquid can be seen gushing out of the top of a tank that exploded on the site of a winery in Conegliano, Veneto, in the province of Treviso.
A worker, who was no doubt devastated by what they were witnessing, filmed the moment that the spurting froth erupted from the top.
It is not known what caused the traumatic discharge, but conspiracy theorists have suggested it may have been overfilled or the lid may have developed a fault.
However, if you’re worried about a Prosecco crisis, do not fear.
The region has had one of the best harvests on record so it is unlikely to lead to any shortages.
This year they are expected to produce nearly 600million bottles of wine in the region.
Exports of Prosecco have fallen for the first time in a decade, according to Coldiretti, the country’s biggest farming association.
Exports of the Italian sparkling wine dropped by seven per cent in the first half of this year as drinkers increasingly opt for English fizz instead.