Ever fancied red wine flowing out of your kitchen sink? Well, for the residents of the northern Italian town of Castelvetro, this was a sweet reality. For a few hours on Wednesday, if you were in Castelvetro, you could enjoy your Lambrusco not only from bottles but from faucets and showerheads too. For real! The cause of this mishap was a malfunction at a local winery. Due to this malfunction, 1000 liters of ready-to-be-bottled wine led into the water pipes. Giorgia Mezzacqui is the deputy mayor of Castelvetro, approximately 10 miles south of Modena. Mezzacqui confirmed that this defect lasted for around 3 hours. And about 20 homes were affected. Or blessed depending on your proclivities. However, as confirmed by the local government, this mishap didn't have the potential for any health risks. The innocuous incident inevitably brought much-needed smiles to the faces of residents' of the town amidst coronavirus threats that have plagued the northern portion of Italy the hardest. Mezzacqui said, "At a time where we have very little to smile about, I'm glad we brought some levity to others. Hopefully some day they'll remember us and will want to come visit us."