WASHINGTON — Wine lovers can rejoice: a new device is bringing convenient wine making to the kitchen.
The Miracle Machine is a tabletop device that turns grape concentrate, yeast and some other ingredients into wine.
The machine, which costs $499, comes with kits to make different types of wine, according to the Los Angeles Times.
To make the wine, users add the ingredients to the machine, download the Miracle Machine app and connect the devices using Bluetooth. Once the device is fired up, the fermentation process begins and the app gives users updates on its progress.
The fermentation stages use electric sensors, transducers, heaters and pumps, according the website.
The Miracle Machine makes six types of win including Cabertnet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, aged Tuscan blend, Sauvignon Blanc and a delicate red and white from Burgundy. The wines can be ready “in just a matter of days,” according to the website.