Bottle with Bigger Dimple = More Expensive Wine.

Ever wonder how much that bottle of wine that your friend gave you actually cost?

Dr. Karl Blanks, a graduate of University of Cambridge, found that there is a correlation between the depth of the dimple on the bottom of the bottle (technically, it's called a punt) and the price.

He even worked out a formula:

Price of Bottle = (Dimple Depth in Millimetres + $6.65) / 4.314

Link to Karl's website

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