Assistant Editor Natasha Vohra

No. 371 : : March 19, 2010

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Vinexpo Study: India Goes Red
If the latest study released by Vinexpo is an indicator, India has gone red-at least in drinking wine during the two years when their study was conducted last, with the study indicating that 72% of the still wines consumed in 2008 were red, only 27% being white and a miniscule 1% Rosé, with further switch of 6% to red wine by 2013.       
Wine Club Dinner: Italian at the border
Zanotta Restaurant on the roof-top at the Leela Gurgaon where the Delhi Wine Club organised a dinner with premium Italian wines last Sunday, has the potential to be amongst the top rung of fine Italian dining in the NCR, writes Arun Batra who thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The casual visitor to the sleek Ambience Mall just 
Indian Study: Alcohol May Harm Indians
DelWine challenges the methodology of the study covering 4,400 drinkers and an almost equal number of non drinkers in ten cities to investigate the link between alcohol consumption and heart disease among Indians, which has revealed that even small amounts of alcohol consumption harms Indians, with even moderate drinker 
Caesar’s Favourite Wine May Return in Sicily
Mamertino, the wine drunk by the Roman emperor Julius Caesar in the first century B.C. may soon become a reality, if Planeta winery succeeds in their efforts to grow vine in a vineyard they have just leased in the North of Sicily. During a visit to the winery, Francesca Planeta, daughter of Diego Planeta, who looks after marketing,
Austrian Exports Exceed Expectations
Austrian wine exports in 2009 have exceeded all expectations, rising by 5.3% in value and 16% in volume beating the earlier expectation of stagnating exports, according to the latest figures released by Statistik Austria . Although the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWMB) had cautiously predicted at its annual press conference last Dece 
Parker to Rate Spanish Wines on Site
Wine Advocate, the prestigious publication created and owned by the famous US wine critic Robert Parker will start rating many of the Spanish wines in several of its appellations with his taster Jay Miller planning to visit Spain twice this year to rate around 30 wineries from Rioja, Ribera, Toro and yet undecided appellation. Jay will
The 11th International Exhibition of Wine & Spirits, 20-23 April 2010
ESTATE VINYARDS, Riona Wines Pvt. Ltd.
FineWinesnMore, A Regency Group Enterprise
The London International Wine Fair, 18-20 May at Excel London
Varietal & Reserve Wines
Sula Vineyards
Delhi Wine Club
A newly developed 30 room beach resort in Colva, South Goa.
The Malt Dinner at Olive Beach   Vinoble 2010
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