Expected to retail for $499 and come prepackaged with a starter pack to make the initial bottle of wine, you will be able to buy additional Miracle Machine kits later for around $2. Each batch produces 600ml of wine from the comfort of your home, all without requiring any previous experience. Resulting wines are said to be on par with bottles that go for $20 a bottle or more (including vintage flavors). The makers are also looking to introduce a monthly wine club that will deliver enough kits to produce one bottle a week for less than $10.
Funding for production should begin any day now through Kickstarter, which leads us to the only bad news we can come up with regarding the Miracle Machine: It's not currently available (nor making a shiraz on my counter)...not yet, anyway.