Meteorito — A Wine Aged With 4.5 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite
If your wine tasting adventures are starting to get stale, maybe you should consider getting some Meteorito. Yeah, some wine aged and flavored with a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite believed to be from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
Ian Hutcheon’s blend begins with the aforementioned meteorite that was believed to have landed on Earth about 6,000 years ago. Then that intergalactic rock sat in a barrel of Cabernet Sauvignon for 12 months.
Currently, you’ll have to be near this man’s vineyard in Chile to get a taste. Most likely it’s out of our immediate price range, considering this thing should taste like a black hole mixed with distant stars. But atleast you know this wine exists now, so at your next wine and cheese party, you can talk about wine you wish you were sipping on.
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