Wines in Spaaaaaaace...?
If I were to travel to space one day, I sure would like to celebrate by bringing along a worthy vintage wine. I wonder how I would swirl the wine in zero gravity to savour the aromas?
In zero gravity, liquids pull themselves into a sphere.
- LAUGHING MAGPIELv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Swirling aerates the wine so that you can savour the aromas. You'd need a spherical challis that had an air source and small opening to sniff through and a drinking spout. You're also going to need a suction set-up to get the wine from the bottle to the glass. To bold Drink where no man has drunk before.
- Dan the TEA ManLv 61 decade ago
That would be tricky! Guess you would need an airtight glass with a straw. And make sure it's a "still" wine (no bubbly).
- 6 years ago
I love to drink red wine
- AngelpawsLv 51 decade ago
What a waste of a good wine... ;oP