Assistant Editor Natasha Vohra

No. 502 : : May 25, 2012

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Blog: Raising of Iron Curtain for Wines
May 24: We talk of wines from Bordeaux, Barolo, Barossa and Baramati, we discuss the terroir of Burgundy, Napa, Mosel and Maipo, we marvel at the indigenous grapes of Italy, Spain and Austria but do we pay attention to the rumbling sounds of wines from the erstwhile communist countries and around, making good wines and are knocki
Delhi Wine Club: Going Crazy with Cesanese
May 23 : At a fun filled evening at the French Bistro, Pítit Bar in Defence Colony, Delhi Wine Club members joined a very select group of Indians to have tasted a Cesanese del Piglio wine from Ciociaria in Lazio, being offered for the first time writes Arun Batra. After a number of members sent in their positive feedback regarding the Wine Club 
Survey: Top Ten Importers of India 2012
May 23 : Despite the down and up swings in the wine market during the last 4 years when delWine conducted the first-ever Indian survey of wine importers in India, the consumption has gone up to about 270,000 cases and Brindco continues to be the leader, consistently increasing its gap between the runner-up, writes Subhash          
Fratelli Zampa in the Decanter
May 23 : At the 9th Annual Decanter World Wine Awards announced at the ongoing London International Wine Fair (LIWF) yesterday morning, honours went to two Indian wines with Fratelli Chardonnay 2011 getting commendation and Zampa Reserve 2010 bagging a Bronze medal, writes Subhash Arora. According to the Decanter websit  
Chateau Baccarat Dares to Take on Riedel
May 23 : French luxury crystal glassmaker Baccarat has decided to challenge the ruling position of Austrian wineglass maker Riedel by capturing a higher share of the market and has introduced Chateau Baccarat Collection with the glass having a different shape and claims it helps bring out aromas better. The glass introduced at
Wine & Health: Red Wine May be good for Intestine Bacteria
May 25 : Drinking a daily glass of red wine not only tastes good to many people, but it's also good for the bacteria lining your large intestine, according to a new Spanish study suggesting that 2 glasses of wine or a low-alcohol red wine changes the mix of good and bad bacteria typically found in the colon in ways that can benefit your       
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