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Sula advances harvest to a record early date
Sula Wines has advanced the 2007 harvest by almost a month. For the first time the Sauvignon Blanc grapes were harvested in December, 2006. President of the Indian Wine Academy Subhash Arora talked to their viticulturist, Dr. Neeraj Aggarwal at length about their innovative technique. Here is the report:
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From Archives (2006): ‘Man With A Mission’: Singapore Oenophile Praises Arora
On his widely read Web site, www.happyvines.com Singapore’s leading oenophile and a Vinitaly veteran, Remie Law , recounts his experience of judging the wine show’s much-awaited competition and meeting a host of interesting personalities, including IWA President, Subhash Arora.
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Hospitality Industry Cheers IFE-India Guided Tastings Organised By The Indian Wine Academy
At IFE-India 2004, the decision-makers of the hospitality industry and wine trade came to sample the heady stuff from countries as geographically diverse as Argentina and Australia. By SOURISH BHATTACHARYYA.
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Indian Wine Showcase by Indian Wine Academy impresses international lawyers
At the recently held international lawyers’ conference of Lex Mundi where Indian wines were showcased for the visiting delegates, the lawyers were ecstatic, reports Subhash Arora who presented the wines selected by the Indian Wine Academy
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From Archives (2006): King of Italian wines.. Guess Who?
Guess who is the king of Italian wines? Is it Antinori, Gaja or Allegrini? Zonin or Frescobaldi? Or Nicolò Incisa Della Rochetta, producer of the most famous Italian wine, Sassicaia? Use your own parameters to decide who the king is, says Subhash Arora.
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From Archives (2006): Wines From UB? Yes! Kingfisher Wines? Never!
The king of beer has decided to conquer the world of wine. And how! As anticipated, UB Group Chairman Vijay Mallya announced
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From Archives (2006) : Just Right For The Indian Summer & Our Palate
A couple of years back I had predicted that the sales of rose sparkling and still wines will grow at a faster pace than ever before in our country
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From Archives (2006)- An Enduring Myth: Wine, Vinegar & Serving Temperature
Indian Wine Academy President Subhash Arora challenges a statement made by Aman Dhall of Brindco in a media interview and set the record right on the serving temperature of wine.
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From Archives (2008): Let the Wine Shine
At a dinner organised recently by the Delhi Wine Club at Hotel Crown Plaza Gurgaon, H.E. Antonio Armellini, the Ambassador of Italy appreciated the
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From Archives (2011): Shimla to Shillong Seeking Fruit Wines
Shimla may be the current center of fruit wines in India but Shillong could give the leading state of Himachal Pradesh a run for the money, if the Conference held on January 19 by NERAMAC in collaboration with the Indian Grape Processing Board at this Meghalaya’s capital fructifies into positive action, writes Subhash Arora who was invited as a speaker at the technical session.
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From Archives (2006): Making Friends in the Wonderful World of Wine
In a sea of over 3,500 wines from 30 nations, judging 189 wines from 15 must have been like skimming the surface, but for Subhash Arora , the pleasure of being in the company of top enologists and some of the 251 Masters of Wine was in itself the biggest reward.
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From Archives (2006): Wines From UB? Yes! Kingfisher Wines? Never!
The king of beer has decided to conquer the world of wine. And how! As anticipated, UB Group Chairman Vijay Mallya announced at his
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From Archives (2006): Just Right For The Indian Summer & Our Palate
A couple of years back I had predicted that the sales of rose sparkling and still wines will grow at a faster pace than ever before in our country.
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From Archives (2007) : Champagne de Pimpane to be born again soon
Pimpane winery was purchased by Sula Wines over 3months ago from the banks in an open bid. During his recent visit to Nashik, Subhash Arora, President, Indian Wine Academy, was also at this fourth winery of Sula. He reports the progress made:
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From Archives (2006): Wine of Porn Star Has Parker Panting for More
A retired porn star making Tuscan red and getting Robert Parker to describe it, not her, as "opulent and luscious" is a great second career story.
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From Archives: Delhi Wine Club- Subhash Arora retires 300 Not Out at Champagne Brunch at Pullman
Delhi Wine Club celebrated its 300th wine event with aplomb as a Champagne Brunch at the Pluck Restaurant at Pullman New Delhi Aerocity on January 11, during which President Subhash Arora who founded the club in 2002 and nurtured it for 18 years, stepped aside and Sourish Bhattacharyya took over as the President, with the restaurant filled to capacity engaging with the members thanks also to its delicious cuisine and Champagne Devaux D and red and white still wines, writes Arora
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