Osan: Wine of the Future or Non-Wine Alternative?

A two-star chef has found a “gastronomic” parry for those who can’t, or don’t want to, drink alcoholic drinks – wine in particular – with a good meal. Rather than see his clients drinking still water or indigestible fruit juices, Michelin starred chef Sang Hoon Degeimbre  has come up with a non-alcoholic drink made from marinated plant matter that approximates wine and can be drunk as an accompaniment to complex dishes where the noble drink generally works the greatest of gustatory alchemies.

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