But for those who don't?
I think it's a cool idea in theory. There should be some way of measuring or identifying things that are specific to a particular wine other than saying things like "blackberry, vanilla, etc."
But - four parameters that define a wine’s profile: strength, tannins, acidity and ageing.
Maybe it's the Google translate app that came up with those but what is a wine's "aging"? Its age or ageability? And how does the Oeno scanner know that?
I don't know - fun toy but . . . French technology?