“Star Wine List Ambassador” Thomas Ho (A.S.I sommelier) says LISSE will usher in a new generation by revolutionizing wine tasting and bringing new business opportunities. (from LaVie July, Taiwan)
Taipei, Taiwan (Merxwire) – WINESOON, a multinational technology team with a passion for wine tasting has utilized wireless sensors in combination with a chemical kinetics reaction model and edge computing technology to create the world’s first LISSE Contact-less Wine Tasting Time Machine. Simply place the device near a glass, to digitally control the aeration process. This solution addresses the perception errors of smell and taste so that each glass of wine can be immediately presented to perfection. (Website: https://www.winesoon.net )
LISSE allows wine aficionados to “taste and explore single glasses” and “accurately gauge tasting of the next glass”. It can be used for both new and old global producing regions of Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The device is sleek, has a minimalist design, is extremely light at 180g, easy to carry, does not need cleaning, and can aerate a consumer’s glass of wine anytime, anywhere. Riedel wine glasses are designed through fluid mechanics to make wine more aromatic, Coravin’s Wine Preservation Opener is mechanically designed to pour wine without removing the cork; LISSE utilizes electrical activation to create contact-less and multi-layered aeration that truly touches the taste buds. The LISSE Wine Tasting Time Machine will propel wine culture to new heights.
In recent years, developments in the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) have focused on human neural perception in areas such as augmented reality (visual perception), touch screens (touch perception), and Apple’s Siri (audio perception). Applications focused on smell and taste perception are still blue ocean markets. In 2020, LISSE was successfully crowdfunded and mass-produced on Indiegogo; the product was listed for sale on Amazon (https://amzn.to/2WaVpig) and was reviewed by Trendhunter, earning a score of 8.4 and recommended for purchase. The LISSE Asia team will be partnering with the Taiwan Wine Academy (TWA) for educational promotion. TWA founder Naseem Chen and A.S.I sommelier Thomas Ho will be working together to integrate LISSE in sommelier courses based on local wine tasting culture and wine pairings.
About Thomas Ho, Taiwan
Star Wine List Ambassador
Head sommelier of Le Moût until 2018, selected by Relais & Châteaux and made it onto Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Executive Director of the Taiwan Sommelier Association (TSA). Taiwan Wine Academy (WSET Educator of The Year 2019).
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