The ‘Jesus’ Wine-Making Machine was just humbug

In what was seen as an alcoholic’s dream, may actually be no more. As early this month the founders of the gadget that claimed to turn water into wine in three days have come out to clear the air, saying that it was all a lie. The press release, reveals that it was all a publicity stunt, aiming to draw attention to some NGOs called “Wine to Water,” which provides people around the world with access to clean water.

James Kevin one of the Founders writes :

[alert size=”alert-block” variation=”alert-success”]”In just under two weeks, the Miracle Machine went viral with over 500 million media impressions as more than 200,000 people watched the Miracle Machine video, nearly 600 media outlets around the world covered the story, 6,000 people tweeted about it, and 7,000 people signed up for a potential crowd-funding platform to invest in the faux machine,”[/alert]

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In the video above he elaborates that it’s actually quite possible to make wine at home with little more than a bucket, and a few easily purchased ingredients. Am sure there where people out there who prayed for this to be true, and should not loose hope may be one day the technology will be availed to make an automated wine-making machine in the future