NMR machine harnessed to checking fine wine
23 Jun 2005 by JR
John C Feltz, Dayton, OH: Jancis, I thought you should see this.  As both a techie and a wine geek, I'm always interested in where those two loves intersect.  UC Davis has a hand in it, so this may be an important innovation. Cheers! http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,67974,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_6 me: This is seriously interesting. Thanks so much for passing it on. Much more convincing than these age-me-quick devices. I wonder whether the auctioneers will accept the machine's results? Doubtless it's horrifically expensive to have a wine analysed, but at least we don't have to open the bottle before getting it...

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