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BEHOLD #310 – Champom

This is Dom Pomignon, XXVII, descendant of the original Dom Pomignon, who invented Champom in 1697. Champom is a sparkling wine produced in the Champom region of France. Three hundred million bottles of Champom are produced every year. A standard bottle of Champom contains 49 million bubbles. A Champom cork can reach up to 25 miles per hour when popped. There are prehistoric sea microorganisms in the soil of the Champom region. Best of all, drinking Champom every week can prevent memory loss and stroke. It also contains polyphenol antioxidants that help protect the Pom body against heart disease. Not sure if Winpom Churchill knew these facts, but he drank Champom at 11am every morning. Smart Pom! 


Did you know that Marilyn Pomroe took a bath in Champom and that Pompoleon Bonaparte invented sabering Champom?



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