Four wheels, two arms, six cameras, GPS and an artificial intelligence system to learn the vineyard and recognise plants' features - this robot is one mean pruning machine!
French developed Wall-Ye V.I.N. is about to be trialled at Bordeaux’s Chateau Mouton-Rothschild. He'll be put through his paces in one of the world's most expensive vineyards, but at $32,000 you'd have to be making some special wine to afford a toy like this!
Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art hosted a nake viewing, followed by a glass of wine over looking the harbour.
It's not unusual for art museum to try and promote their agenda by doing something a little of the wall, but this has to be one of the most unusual. Artist Stuart Ringholt took a party on a naked tour of the gallery, itself billed to be an artwork.
Where does the wine come in? At the end the participants enjoyed a glass of bubbles looking out at the harbour, quietly exposing themselves to Syndey's Ferry hub at Circular Quay. I wonder if many of the thousands making their way into the city noticed the naked imbibers?
Viticulture specialists are always experimenting with new ways to develop fresh and exciting flavours of wine, producing sharper tastes and more expensive blends, and creating the perfect amount of tannins for that lovely bitter aftertaste.Another...
David Swaddle's insight:
I don't think I've ever read an article in "Concrete Playground" before, but I was amazed at this look at seven OTT wine cellars.
From gothic valuting to Shanghai oppulence, there's a world of wine storage out there. It's quite surprising to see the Ritz-Carlton storing lots of their bottles upright, but it does look cool.
Many moons ago, in my youth, it was the pre-night club drink of choice among my peers. Red wine and cola, colloquially known a Calimocho, is being targeted by Spodee with a fortified red wine designed for mixing.
The article compares it to depression-era wine, but personally I think it's more like desperation era marketing.
What do you think? Fizzy water, sugar and caffeine anybody??? Surely that would never take off.
Alex Ferguson says red wine helped him get over losing the title to Manchester City.
He's a fortunate man with an admirable career (even for a Gooner), a string of winning race horses and a passion for French reds. He even has the cash to buy the best of Bordeaux and the sense to drink it!
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