We all know about instant coffeemakers and use them on a regular basis, but the day is not far when making wine will be just as easy.
That's because a new crowdfunding project is about to make its debut on Kickstarter, and as you might have guessed, the resultant product of this project makes high quality wine in a very short span of time and at a very low cost.
Named "The Miracle Machine," the device is basically a fermentation chamber where the wine's ingredients, including water, will be added and the user will then select the kind of wine he wants through his smartphone. A few days later and voila - your desired drink will be ready.
One slight drawback is that since its wine would be made under air instead of inert gas, so it would go bad very quickly too. So each batch will need to be consumed instantly.
The project is the brainchild of Kevin Boyer and Philip James – two employees of a company named Custom vine that specializes in making quality wine at an affordable price.
While they claim that The Miracle Machine has the potential of revolutionizing the wine making industry, skeptics with love for the conventional process' length and mystique do exist as well. And it seems most of them are in Silicon Valley, as the duo has decided to take their project to crowd instead of seeking individual investors.
Through the general public's funds, Boyer and James plan to manufacture 2,000 devices, which, along with the wine's ingredients, will then be sold to customers on a $10 monthly subscription. You'd get the machine and the ingredients, pout the latter into the former and a few days later, Class A wine will be ready for consumption.