Scanner to determine the chemical composition of wine

Wired has an article today about a pretty impressive piece of technology:

Eugene Mulvihill has constructed a $50,000 Wine Scanner to determine the chemical composition of wine without opening the bottle.

“When you spend $1,000 you want the wine to be perfect,” said Mulvihill. “You are spending more on the wine than the food, and you expect that to be fresh.”

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