An elderly woman in Australia came up with a great way to turn wine into champagne with a SodaStream.
In a video (below), Cheryl Marshall, of Perth, shows viewers how to carbonate their wine using a SodaStream machine.
According to the Daily Mail, footage shows Marshall filling up a SodaStream bottle with wine as she tells viewers not to waste money on expensive champagne while demonstrating how simple the idea is.
The woman can be seen placing the bottle onto the device, and then pushes a button to compress the wine into fizzy “champagne” within seconds.
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She then pulls out a bottle that she had made earlier out of the fridge and pours the drink over ice cubes.
“Now just look at that — champagne — cost you about $17 for a five liter cask to buy — whether it’d be red or white — okay and you can make yourself liters and liters and liters and liters of champagne [sic],” she said.
She then gently kisses her fingertips as a gesture that is excellent and embraces her champagne as she takes a sip before saying, “bloody beautiful.”
Marshall says she loves “it as it is,” but suggests putting strawberries in the drink. The video, titled “Soda Stream how to make champagne out of wine, This is dedicated to my gorgeous niece’s [sic],” has racked up more than 70,000 views as of this writing.
It is not the first time someone has tried to insert bubbles into on a SodaStream.
With the help of his father, a young YouTuber named Noah, decided to add some carbonation to their bottle of Beaujolais nouveau in January 2014, Mashable reports. However, the experiment did not go according to plan, with the machine and bottle exploding in the process.