Japanese inventor Hiroshi Tanaka claims to have developed a machine that can instantly age wine using an electrolysis process. Video after the jump.

He pours the wine into a 70-pound container outfitted with an electrolysis chamber. A few-second electrical zap gives the wine a slight charge, which breaks up the water molecules and allows them to blend more completely with the alcohol. Voil� : Instantly-aged pinot noir, “smoother and more mellow than before,” Tanaka’s American partner, Edward Alexander, claims

[via Gizmodo]

Japanese inventor Hiroshi Tanaka claims to have developed a machine that can instantly age wine using an electrolysis process. Video after the jump.

He pours the wine into a 70-pound container outfitted with an electrolysis chamber. A few-second electrical zap gives the wine a slight charge, which breaks up the water molecules and allows them to blend more completely with the alcohol. Voil� : Instantly-aged pinot noir, “smoother and more mellow than before,” Tanaka’s American partner, Edward Alexander, claims

[via Gizmodo]