Wine is either red, white or pink, not true? No, there is also a version in a cool hue.
There are a number of wines, which is blue - especially from Spain. The wines are made in both red and white grapes. Thereafter, anthocyanins and indigo added, while the wine is partially sweetened.
The writes the Spanish media, the Olive Press.
the Wine is developed in collaboration with the Basque university and the Danish veterinary and food administration in the Basque country.
Anthocyanins, which are already available in the red druers must, are antioxidants and are considered by some to have potential positive helseeffekter.
Indigo extracted from the indigo plant, and is a blue colorant to tekstilfarvning, but is used here to color the wine.
the target Audience is younger people who are seeking a different vinoplevelse. How does it sound from the inventors, which are six young entrepreneurs who have no experience with the production of wine.
- We want to create an innovative product, in line with the world we live in, explains one of the inventors.
- the wine sector needs to change, does this sound further.
The blue wine can now also be purchased in Denmark, where Wine & Wine in Viborg recent weeks has seen a big demand for the blue wine.
Very sweet in the scent. In the taste as a simple chardonnay. Dry in style, with peach, melon and spices. Nice acidity and medium aftertaste. Works nicely but the scent is something bolcheagtig and does not fit really with the taste. But all in all, it is certainly drinkable and a fun gimmick. But do not let it become a trend! 86
alcohol content: 11
Seen at blaavin.dk dkk 100.