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Raymond Vineyards: A Luxurious Napa Experience
Raymond Vineyards is one of the premium Napa Valley wineries which was founded in Saint Helena in 1970 and changed hands a couple of times before being purchased in 2009 by Jean- Charles Boisset , on behalf of the third biggest family winery Jean Claude Boisset in Burgundy, which has a luxurious experience to offer the visitors besides the taste of some excellent wines, writes Subhash Arora who visited the winery earlier this month and also met Jean Charles during the private Tasting
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Fratelli Vineyards: Wining Weekend with Winemaker PM
Piero Masi, the Italian winemaker of Fratelli was at the winery on his scheduled visit to blend and tweak 2016 vintage wines when I decided visit the winery and spend a week-end with him and understand his winemaking philosophy of Fratelli wines, writes Subhash Arora who visited the Akluj winery, tasting the latest vintage of the complete range , visiting the three vineyards, tasting wines in the cellar, tanks and the tasting room and ending with tasting wines of a few wineries in Karnataka and leaving with the impression that he is a priceless asset for the winery
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Wineries of Greece visited: Gaia Nemea Winery
Gaia Winery in Nemea is the second winery constructed by Dr. Yiannis Paraskevopoulos and his partner Leon Karatsalos (Agriculturalist) in 1997 after founding one in 1994 in Santorini which made him world-famous, to become one of the only 8 wineries in the world that have been experimenting with maturing wines under-sea, and ageing Assyrtiko, the signature grape of Santorini, writes Subhash Arora who visited the Nemea Winery a couple of months ago
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Visiting Greek Wineries- Cavino Wineries and Distilleries
Situated in the small city of Aigio, near Patra in the wine region of Peloponnese, Cavino is a one of the big privately owned wineries with a lot of wine and spirit making history behind them, producing 9 million bottles of quaffable and affordable wines, with the apple of the eye being those from Mega Spileo Single vineyards that are so beautiful and charming that they must be on the bucket list of every wine traveller, writes Subhash Arora who visited the winery, 2-hour drive from Athens and was mesmerized by the Mega Spileo Vineyards and the Monastery and liked several wines a couple of which are being imported by the Mumbai based food and wine importer, Chenab Impex Pvt Ltd.
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Greece: Land of Malagousia and Ktima Gerovassiliou Winery
Greece is one of the oldest European countries producing wine from indigenous grape varieties but has not been in the limelight because of lack of export efforts and unenviable quality but during the last couple of decades it has been in the news because of tremendous improvement in quality and sustained export efforts, writes Subhash Arora who was overwhelmed with the outstanding quality of indigenous varieties after visiting several wineries and tasting diverse wines last month and feels the time is ripe for Greek wines to make a grand entry into India, starting with Ktima Gerovassilliou
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Chandon: Indian Sparkling Avatar of Champagne
Chandon India, fully owned subsidiary of Moet Hennessy India, importer of Moet Chandon and other champagnes from its parent company, launched two Indian sparkling wines in October 2013 and has been crushing in its own winery since 2014 but the new, modern winery was formally inaugurated only on April 1 this year, writes Subhash Arora who was impressed, not only with the winery using latest technology but also seemingly superior winemaking processes that assure a better product and tough competition to the existing players
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Has Chateau d’Ori Story gone Awry
Chateau d’Ori, a wine project of an IT entrepreneur Ranjit Dhuru started with much fanfare and publicity with quality wines that justified the new State-of-the-Art winery that would be a showpiece of Maharashtra. Three years later, the winery is incomplete with industry watchers claiming the company is barely keeping afloat. Subhash Arora who visited the winery in Dindori reports.
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York : Younger Step-brother of Sula
Overshooting Sula’s flagship winery in Nashik by a kilometer, one reaches a modern winery called York Winery. Producing wines from similar grapes, having a Tasting room overlooking the Gangapur Lake followed by a restaurant with a small theater type entertainment area and now a small resort in the offing, York appears to emulate ‘big brother’ Sula as the role model, feels Subhash Arora who visited the winery recently.
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Zampa Zooms with Help from Zuma Land
Nashik-based Zampa Wines seems to have zoomed ahead, at least in term of quality during the last couple of years, helped by the arrival of the new winemaker Nick Van Aarde from South Africa, with remarkable change noticed in the Rosé and Rose Brut, writes Subhash Arora who visited the winery recently and tasted the complete range.
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