I have long held the belief that great wines are made in the vineyards. Nowdays, that belief is sometimes shaken.
I have seen, over the past 15 years, such an explosion of wine manipulation devices(cone spinners, reverse osmosis, concentrators, and ole mega-Purple, etc.)that, in fact, sometimes turns out excellent wines from not so good fruit. Sometimes, the product tastes like some Frankenstein created monster, but other times a quite worthy product appears. These devices are becoming common in many wineries, indivdually or collectively. I don't know where it goes from here, or sometime what the definition of wine is. But we are seeing some mad scientist/winemakers, with young fruit, create some interesting compounds.