Teddy: It's like champagne. Champagne comes from France. You crack grapes to make it so the juice comes out. Then you are only allowed to call it from this area champagne. Australia and other places are not allowed to call it champagne. Then the champagne bubbles.
Griff: Why does it bubble?
Teddy: I don't know.
Arwyn: Why is it made out of grapes?
Teddy: Because this is how it is made. Kids can't drink it, because first they go really crazy and then they fall asleep.
Griff: Do you know why the chemicals do that?
Pieter: How is it processed?
Arwyn: Like, how does it get to the table? From France?
Teddy: First, it's from France. They take the grapes and get the juice. Then it goes to a factory. Then it goes by boat to Singapore. Then it goes to the shops. Then my auntie or my mom buys it from the shop.