Varietal & Reserve Wines

Assistant Editor Natasha Vohra

No. 430 : : January 17, 2011

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India Imports more Aussie Bulk than BIO
A quick analysis of the annual figures released by Wine Australia on Tuesday implying that the export of an equivalent of 66,600 cases of wine, which is almost thrice the estimated number of cases of BIO wines imported into India in 2010, indicates that the balance majority was bulk wine, something that no producer in India is willing to     
Feature: Glen-Withits Indicate Wine Growth Potential in India
Indians may not know the difference between Glenfiddich, Glenmorangie or Glenlivet and are quite inclined to pick up any single malt whisky label having a Glen with it, thus accounting for almost two-thirds of the sales in this category, but doubling of their y-y sales during the first half of 2010, is quite indicative of the potential for branded
China Helps France Regain Top Producer Slot
Helped by the insatiable thirst of the Chinese for premium Bordeaux wines resulting in unprecedented surge in demand, France became world’s biggest producer once again, after briefly losing the Top Spot to Italy last year, according to a study conducted for Vinexpo by IWSR, which also predicts it will remain the leading producer at least   
Washington May Allow Tastings at Farmers Markets
Wine producers of Maharashtra might be interested to learn that the American wine producing state of Washington is considering legislation to allow wine tastings in the farmers markets to help customers taste and buy wines, after the law allowing sale of wine at the grocery stores was successful. Hopefully, Indian States will become    
Top French Magazine to Debut in China
While Bordeaux has been bombarding Beijing with its top wines and seducing the Chinese with its Top Growths Chateaux, it should not come as a surprise that the top French wine magazine has now decided to bring the news about Bordeaux to Beijing by publishing the Chinese edition of its French edition starting May this year. Don’
Starbucks Engaged to Tata Coffee in India
The alliance between Starbucks and Tata Coffee to set up stores in Tata Group’s retail outlets and hotels besides sourcing and roasting coffee beans from their plantations does not preclude the world’s largest coffee chain from talking to other stand alone coffee stores for selling coffee under its brand, with New Delhi-based Jubilant Food
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