A home-brewed bottle of greengage wine, encased in an edible sugar bottle or a compostable papaya membrane, purchased via iris recognition and delivered instantly by drone.
This scenario isn’t fodder for a science fiction novel, but how we ourselves might expect to consume wine in the not-so-distant future, according to new research.
To celebrate its 30th birthday, specialist wine merchant Armit Wines has partnered with food and drink ‘futurologist’ Dr. Morgaine Gaye to predict the future of wine and to “gaze into the crystal ball of vinification”. The trends she has predicted are both practical and fantastical.
“Food and drink doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Humans are aspirational and driven towards…