Charcoal wine ‘the future’ says Armit futurologist

Drone the hatch: Instant wine delivery

“As online shopping continues to grow, instant wine delivery via drones will eventually become the norm, with retailers capable of depositing products at specific, local drone sites for click and collect. This digital service will avoid congestion issues and out of hours business to deliver a much more immediate service.

“This will thrive in the hospitality industry as restaurants and bars look to order at times convenient to them, such as after service. Oenophiles with cash to flash, will also have instant delivery of fine wines to exotic locations at a moment’s notice.”

One Response to “Charcoal wine ‘the future’ says Armit futurologist”

  1. Wonderful! I agree that we will be drinking more domestic wines: climate change will mean that transport costs will be prohibitive and that there will be more countries capable of producing wine as our classic regions will have to deal with crop diversification. I also see that irrigation will be rendered illegal, not only in Europe as per tradition, but also globally, as freshwater supplies disappear. Dry farming legislation will be the norm everywhere, not just Europe, which will create a level playing field and will mean fewer wines, but better wines and healthier soils.

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