Two American winemakers invent a chemical product that transforms water into wine in 15 minutes
What is described as a real miracle within the Gospel is now a reality thanks to two San Francisco winemakers who have managed to invent a chemical product that transforms water into wine.
This particular synthetic wine can be obtained in just 15 minutes by mixing water, ethanol and various food additives that mimic the taste of wine.
The two inventors are Mardonn Chua and Alec Lee who came up with the idea after seeing the bottle of a fine Chardonnay in a Californian wine shop, realizing that they could never afford it. So they decided to create imitations of fine wines within everyone's reach.
Grapes are not present in their drink at all. Numerous tests were carried out before finding the right additives, but in the end it seems that the results were fair. Among their creations even the imitation of an Italian Moscato d'Asti!