January 16, 2016

Inspired by Nespresso Machines: Here's a Single Glass of Wine From a Capsule

A French startup is looking to change the way people drink wine, one glass at a time. The device being shown by 10-Vins at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas takes the idea from the fast-growing single-dose coffee machines such as Nestle’s Nespresso and US-based Keurig.

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The D-Vine machine delivers a single glass of wine with the correct aeration and temperature using capsules compatible with the device.

Each 10-centiliter (3.5-ounce) capsule is aerated to give it the same properties as if it had spent three hours in a carafe, Jarrousse noted. The machine can gently cool or warm the wine as needed. The company based in the city of Nantes has been selling several varieties of Burgundy and Bordeaux wines in France...

The future of drinking wine is changing.

 
 
Categories: Coffee, Wine & Drinks




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