Booze lovers should celebrate over the world’s best liquor innovation yet as they no longer have to wait for special occasions like Christmas, birthdays, weddings or romantic anniversary dates just to indulge on a bottle of wine. Say goodbye to long ques on booze stores or the irritating noise inside bars as we now have the power to turn water into wine in just few, simple steps!
Wine has almost became a staple during celebrations. New Year will never be complete without popping a bottle of red wine. Steak and pasta dates will never be complete without a glass of white wine. As wine has been proven to be a liquor that’s good for the heart, many grew interest on it with enthusiasts even investing in their own winery business.
You no longer need a miracle to turn water into wine as Victor’s Drink made it possible with its Mysecco kit.
But today, you no longer have to spend hundreds of thousand dollars just to set up your own vineyard. You no longer have to spend hours on grueling grape crashing, fermenting, and mixing just to come up with a perfect tasting wine. Like most foods today, wine now has its own “instant” version and people are loving it because it’s affordable and it’s certainly easy to prepare.
A DIY prosecco kit has been developed which allows people to create a bottle of wine from the comfort of their own homes. You simply have to place the included yeast and syrup sachets into the bottle and add warm water. Give the bottle a smooth swirl and in just 14 days, you can already enjoy your made-it-yourself wine!
The kit already comes with complete ingredients and tools you need to make your own wine.
Victor’s Drink created the kit dubbed as Mysecco which they describe as “beautifully fresh and crisp sparkling wine with delicate citrus notes”. It can be purchased at £19.99 ($26.94) from UK online shops Argos or Firebox. Now you can surprise your guests this coming Christmas with a wine especially made by you!
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