Give me water and I will give you wine


Philip James invented a gadget that turns water into wine in just 3 days. This is his story:

This idea came to him after a motorcycle accident while he was recovering…

One evening, during a meal with his friend and former vice president Lot18 Kevin Boyer, friends were discussing the difficulty of transforming water into wine, as the miracle of Jesus. The next morning, they decided they did not have the technology to do this miracle, and Philip James spent the next years perfecting the design of his invention.

Thanks to his friends of Silicon Valley, James Boyer has studied the possibility of accelerating the process of making wine. Using a small amount of heat and a computer-controlled environment.

He examined the exact chemical composition of some of the best rated wines and found that it is possible to reproduce the flavors present in some wines, just as the perfume industry can do.

The machine works by converting the concentrated grape and wine yeast. Through a mobile application … The device is a fermentation chamber formed by a series of electrical sensors, heaters and pumps. This enables to start fermentation in a controlled environment.

To measure the level of sugar in the wine during the fermentation process: Philip James uses a digital refractometer. The cost of manufacturing a wine bottle is $ 2 and lasts two weeks.

Can you imagine a red wine from Rioja produced by this technique? Or are you more ?white Rias Baixas “? Until this invention became popular, we recommend two “real” wines:

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