If you thought you knew all the possible colours of wine, here’s a shocker.
Blue wine is now a thing and we are just as amazed as you are.
We all know what red and white wine go with respectively. For example, red wine is good for cooking red meat with while white wine is perfect for spicy food.
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But blue wine, we have no idea what to do with it. It was never really a cause of concern.
However, blue wine is about to be a new trend thanks to a Spanish startup, Gik. The wine was created in partnership with the University of the Basque Country and Azti Tecnecalia, a food research team.
The wine is made of red and white grapes collected from different vineyards across Spain. The blue hue is from from a combination of anthocyanin, a pigment found in grape skin and indigo dye.
Gik explains that they chose the colour to represent ‘movement, innovation and infinity.’ The unusual wine is expected to be available in select European countries soon, costing about eight pounds.