Winepod Winemaking System Is Expensive

Posted: May 22 2008, 10:59am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:17am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


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If you have a trust fund and dear old dad likes wine, and I mean really likes wine, here is the perfect father’s day gift. The Winepod lets dad become his own winemaker with his own personal fermentation chamber.

The chamber itself is 4-feet tall and needs less than 4 square feet of space. The device has sensors and uses wireless technology to connect to a software application on a PC called the WineCoach. WineCoach walks users through the fermentation process and when it detects problems it tells users how to fix them.

Winepod can produce one fermentation every 30 days with each one producing four cases of wine with 48 750ml bottles total. Users can order the grapes directly from the Winepod maker and they are shipped de-stemmed and frozen for freshness. Users wanting to use their own grapes can get them lab certified to ensure fermentation. The Winepod itself is a whopping $4,499, add the bottling kit, grapes, and accessories and it will cost you $5999, thrown in a 30L French oak wine barrel and you will need $6349.

Via WinePod

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