时间：2019-3-15 11:48:47 作者：雅信博文翻译
Spanish startup Gi·k used anthocyanin, a natural pigment in the grapes' skin and unveiled the world's first blue wine. It became a great commercial success.
Now other Spanish wineries are also using similar technology to create all kinds of unusually-colored wines.
Like Bodega Santa Margarita, offers green, orange and pink wines.
All these winemakers are relying on people's curiosity to reach a whole new customer base. But lawmakers don't like change very much.
So Gi·k have been forced to stop labeling Gi·k as a wine. Instead, they had to label it as "other alcoholic drinks" to adapt the product to the current legislation.
Despite such hurdles, it's unlikely that the wine color revolution will be stopped.
People are drawn to unusual colors like blue and pink, even if it does make the wines look more like energy drinks, and most of them don't really care about technical details like the category the wines are being sold in.