Blue Wine Is Real, Sadly Not Made By Romulans

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Spanish winemaker Gik wants to “innovate and build new things, break with the past and invent the future”. How are they going to reach that lofty goal? Blue wine.

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The new offering gets its hue from a combination of “anthocyanin (a pigment found in grape skin), indigo (a dye extracted from the Isatis tinctoria plant), and a non-caloric sweetener”. The result is meant to be served chilled and reportedly tastes similar to a sweet white wine.

The company introduced the wine to Spain in a soft launch last year and are currently looking to expand into France, the Netherlands, the UK and Germany. It could also arrive in the U.S. at some point.

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(via Eater)

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