Anyone who looks at the label on a bottle of wine in the supermarket has grown accustomed to vague information on its origins. A vineyard somewhere in Bordeaux? Sounds good. However, Blockchain, a technology previously known for its use with the encrypted digital currency bitcoin, will soon be providing considerably more transparency. With the assistance of the Food Supply Chain, an infinitely scalable digital database, both wholesalers and retailers can make encrypted and highly detailed information on product manufacturing and supply chains available online.