Wade's Miracle Apple Machine Changes Water Into Wine

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"Miracle Machine" turns water into wine  

Reflecting on the Bible passage of when Jesus turned water into wine,
two men wondered how they could do the same with modern day
technology. And thus, "The Miracle Machine" was born. Kevin Boyer and
Philip James are behind "the world's first affordable winemaking
device for the home." You can make the wine in just three days with
the help of an iPhone app and Bluetooth connections. While the
appliance is $499, the cost to make a bottle comes out to be just $2.
They're currently in the funding stages of this product.


Types you can make: Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, Pinot Noir,
Tuscan blend from Italy, Sauvignon Blanc, and a delicate red and a
steely white from Burgundy.

Here's how it works:

-Choose a recipe from the app.

-Purchase the yeast, grape concentrate and finishing powder
ingredients from The Miracle Machine website or Amazon.

-Add water, yeast and grape concentrates and turn the machine on.

-Let the fermentation chamber make miracles.

-Get updates on your phone about the progress of your wine.

-Add the sachet of finishing powder to impart oak and other flavors
that will allow your wine to taste as if it has been aging for several
months to a year.

-Wait for the smart phone alert in about three days that your wine is
done and ready for drinking.

-Enjoy.

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Re: Wade's Miracle Apple Machine Changes Water Into Wine
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So ... they've re-invented the demi-john.

I'm greatly impressed.

Not.

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