This god of a man, named Antonio Docampo Garcia, would drink four bottles of wine a day: two with (or for) lunch and two with (or for) dinner. Garcia, who passed away last week at the tender young age of 107, would credit his expansive life to his drinking habits.
According to a report from the Telegraph, Garcia owned and operated his own vineyard in Vigo, Spain, where he and his family would use said vineyard to produce wine for their company, the Bodegas Docampo.
Garcia's son, Miguel Docampo Lopez, said that his father, "could drink a litre and a half all at once." He also fondly remembered that, "when we were both at home we could get through 200 litres of wine a month. He never drank water."
While Garcia sold about 60,000 litres a year, he would still take home about 3,000 bottles a year for his family. Well, mostly for him, but his family got a little bit every once in a while.
Although he recently passed away, Antonio Docampo Garcia lived a full life, much longer than the vast majority of people. When exactly he began drinking four bottles a day is still a mystery, but most scholars would be hard-pressed to prove that his drinking habits led to his death...at 107...
Either way, solid foods are overrated, somebody bring me four bottles of wine and this "Netflix" the kids are raving about.