A Spanish winery lost around 50,000 liters of red wine after a tank was damaged.
Dramatic footage on social media shows a large amount of wine floods outside Vitivinos wineries in Villamalea, Albacete.
The clip shows not only the point where the container burst, but also the bottom full of red wine.
The footage was posted on by local Albacete radio Twitter and has since gone viral.
It was reportedly filmed by staff unable to act and stop the spillage.
According to its website, the Vitivinos winery was founded in 1969 with a production of 6,000,000 kilos of grapes.
Today it has 1,570 hectares of vineyards.
“Our winery is located in Villamalea in the south-east of the Iberian Peninsula, in a beautiful area between the valleys of the Júcar and Cabriel rivers, under the Manchuela Designation of Origin,” says the site.
According to Local mediaThe spill occurred due to the breaking of a “vat”, a type of tank that holds the liquid.
Back in January, 100,000 gallons of Cabernet Sauvignon were spilled into a California river, reports LadBible.
According to reports, about 97,000 gallons of red wine leaked from a tank in a Sonoma County vineyard and entered the nearby Russian River.