Kuvée is trying to reinvent wine with a Wi-Fi bottle

The Kuvée Bottle is, without question, one of the most ridiculous Internet of Things devices I’ve ever seen. It’s a Wi-Fi connected wine bottle with a touchscreen that needs to be constantly recharged and is only compatible with proprietary wine cartridges. In exchange for this hassle, it promises to keep wine fresh for up to 30 days. It’s exactly the kind of absurd product the Internet of Things is deservedly mocked for, and yet I love it for that very reason.

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Wine, food harvest festival 'one of our best'

A big crowd packed into Clyde’s historic precinct yesterday to sip and sample the best of what the district had to offer. About 4500 people attended the 15th annual Clyde Wine and Food Harvest Festival, up on the past two years. The event is a celebration of the grape harvest and showcases wines from Clyde, Earnscleugh and Alexandra. Patrons could choose from 21 food stalls and wine from 18 vineyards.

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