When I saw the words WinePod, my first thought that it was some sort of wine/iPod fusion. But no, it's actually a winemaking device that lets you soak, crush, and press grapes and ferment and age the wine. The maker's website calls it "a real winery scaled down to a personal-use size." It has a wireless on-board computer that teaches you how to make wine as it goes along. Whatever your taste preference, the WinePod will teach you how to create a wine that matches. It has a 100 liter tank which makes around six cases of wine, and the company will even ship you the grapes to get started. According to the Fermentation blog, a limited number of the WinePods are being produced this year and each unit costs around $2000. It is available with optional oak barrels. How fun would it be to play with this thing?