Sunday, May 8, 2016

107 Year Old's long Life (with Beret & Wine)

Recently deceased 107 year old Antonio Docampo García attributed his long-life to drinking four bottles of wine each day and never drinking water.
Antonio Docampo García, who died in January 2016 in Vigo, northwestern Spain, said he only imbibed his own homemade, chemical-free organic red wine. 
Mr Docampo would drink two bottles of red wine with his lunch and another two with dinner. "He could drink a liter and a half all at once," his son, Miguel Docampo López told La Voz de Galicia.

"When we were both at home we could get through 200 litres of wine a month," he added. "He never drank water."

1 comment:

  1. As a happy Spaniard, Mr. Antonio lived a good and long life in Spain!

    During the Vendimia season in the fall, i too make my own Spanish Rioja grape wine - my wife loves it, and the local Roman Catholic priest calls it, "The Good Stuff!". Perhaps the Spanish wine is the Elixir of Life?