The Miracle Machine Turns Water Into Wine

Mar 7, 2014

Category: Tech, Vices

While Miracle Whip may be a decent little mayonnaise-like spread, we can probably all agree that Kraft is stretching the definition of ‘miracle’ there.

For something much more worthy of the word, check out The Miracle Machine, which promises to turn water, yeast, grape concentrate, and finishing powder packets into a DIY wine. Just sync the machine up with its corresponding iOS or Android app, mix in the ingredients, and then give it three days. After 72 hours, wine will appear where there was once just water (and those other ingredients). Choose from six varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Chardonnay, Oregon Pinot Noir, a Tuscan blend, Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc, and a red and white from Burgundy. The makers say despite the brand newness of it all, the wine will taste likes it’s been aged to perfection. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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