Assistant Editor Natasha Vohra

No. 385 : : May 31, 2010

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India Proves it Produces Wine at LIWF
If one thing the London International Wine Fair did, it was to ring the opening bell and announce to the wine world that India also produces wine and has a great future in the international arena, by creating the Brand India Awareness though a joint participation under the umbrella of the IGPB, writes Subhash Arora, a long-time vocal proponent
Feature: Taming Tiger Nebbiolo with Food
Nebbiolo is a tough, complicated and fascinating grape of Piemonte known to the wine world as Barolo, Barbaresco, Roero and Nebbiolo d’Alba. The aggressive tannins that change personality depending on the winemaker’s philosophy may be tamed with proper food match, making it exclusively a food wine that you either love or hate,    
We Recommend: Jacquart Champagne NV from Tesco
Wine Snobs and lovers snigger at the idea of buying ‘cheap’ wines in the supermarkets which do stock some decent wines, at even more decent prices-like the current deal at Tesco for Jacquart Champagne for less than a thousand rupees, makes it a great buy for UK readers and our viewers passing through London at this time   
Passing by: Kiwis and Marlborough Country
Thinking of the Kiwis instantly brings images of the Kiwi fruit and the Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough on the northern end of the South New Zealand. There were two protagonists, one Kiwi passing by to launch the fruit by Zespri and the other, a viticulturist of Cloudy Bay in Marlborough training and tasting with the trade this we
Vino in Villa: Prosecco- the 44G of Italy
The 13th International Festival of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore hel at Castello di San Salvatore in Susegana in Veneto was an event organised to celebrate the granting of the DOCG status to Prosecco wines, the 44th such status granted, writes John Salvi MW who was present for the event. The Vino in Villa Fe 
Mixing Wine & Beer gives Foster Migraine
What have Foster and Kingfisher in common-besides being popular beer brands in India, is they are both into wine too. Foster is the first to realise that the two don’t mix well and has decided to demerge the businesses, conceding it was an error of judgement, while Kingfisher still sells its South African plonk under the well-known 
Sula Vineyards
ESTATE VINYARDS, Riona Wines Pvt. Ltd.
The London International Wine Fair, 18-20 May at Excel London
Varietal & Reserve Wines
Vinoble 2010
The Malt Dinner at Olive Beach
Delhi Wine Club
A newly developed 30 room beach resort in Colva, South Goa.
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