Miracle Machine can ‘miraculously’ turn water into actual wine

The Miracle Machine turns water into wine_1

More than two thousands years ago, a great historical and religious figure turned water into wine, or so it was claimed. And now after millennia, science it seems has finally caught up with religion. Wine expert Kevin Boyer and entrepreneur Philip Vine has collaborated to create what they have aptly christened as the Miracle Machine – a contraption that gloriously transforms water into wine.

Shaped like a solid, minimalist vessel, the Miracle Machine can concoct wine within days, after addition of certain ingredients like grape concentrate, yeast and a special powder for endowing the ‘authentic’ barrel-aged flavor. However, what goes inside the device, stays inside the device – the designers have not divulged their exact secret of wine making. But what can be deduced is that the contraption makes use of an assortment of electrical paraphernalia, like – sensors, heaters and pump mechanisms.

The other interesting ambit entails – users can actually follow their wine preparation process via a dedicated app that connects to the Miracle Machine through Bluetooth. The software also makes it up for the connoisseurs by directing them on how to make their preferred wines that require specific ingredients.

The practically good part is: all of these come with a credible commercial edge, with the Miracle Machine billed as the ‘world’s first affordable wine making home device’. The product will be making its debut at the Kickstarter platform, with a retail price of $499 (ingredients will be sold separately at online portals like Amazon). And, if this seems to be a bit on the heftier side, the machine is touted to produce good quality wine varieties with the actual running cost of just $2.

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For more info, follow the Miracle Machine site.

Via: Pocket-Lint

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