In Series One, Episode Two of Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes enters the apartment of a stockbroker he suspects has been murdered and opens the fridge to reveal at least 7 bottles of Bollinger Special Cuvee.
Seconds later he discovers in a bedroom the body of the man whose demise appears to be the result of suicide.
Using his superhuman attention to detail and a form of reasoning (‘abductive’, apparently) he decides correctly the stockbroker was murdered.
Of course he was. Who would kill themselves when there are seven bottles of Bollinger in the fridge?!