He said the cold sea water was a perfect way to store the vintage bubbly, with the temperature remaining a near-constant 4-5 degrees Celsius [around freezing temperature in Fahrenheit, or 32 degrees] and no light to expedite the spoiling process.
So, 4-5 degrees celsius is "around" freezing temperature, 32 degrees Fahrenheit? Really?
Is it so much to ask that a reporter know, or, God forbid, look up, that 0 degrees celsius would be 32 degrees Fahrenheit, so 4-5 degrees warmer than that would actually be closer to 40 degrees Fahrenheit? Could this reporter not make even the slightest effort to do some 7th grade math and be a bit more accurate?