No. 633: : January 13, 2014

Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

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We Recommend: Hardys Stamp Cabernet Merlot
Jan 13: With the increasing price pressure on Australian wines because of the excess production and receding exports, the Indian consumer can look forward to some cost relief and hopefully more affordable choices are available for value-for-money wines, Hardys Stamp Cabernet Merlot being one such option at a fabulously low price or Rs. 820. If you are looking for a red wine for a party or banquets where your guests like soft and fruity wine and you don’t

India may Benefit from Bargain Basement of Oz Wines
Jan 10: In what appears to be a case of history repeating itself, the prices of wine have again become lower than bottled water and coke, making it possible for the heavily taxed imported wine industry in India to look for the bargain basement prices for some of the Oz wines retailing for one Australian dollar, and possibly re-negotiate with their existing suppliers of entry-level wines to increase the market share of Oz wines. The wine world outside

Indian Wines Shining for Hema Connoisseurs
Jan 13: Delhi-based wine importer Hema connoisseurs, who has been on the delWine Top Ten list of importers for 2013 and 2014 has entered the distribution business for domestic wines as well- Chandon, York and Turning Point with an eye to widen the client base and eying the Rajasthan market, writes Subhash Arora. What is common with York, Turning Point, and the Chandon bubblies? For one, York has been involved in the production for all three

Prosecco Producers Apply for GI Status in India
Jan 13: Producers of the popular sparkling wine Prosecco from North eastern part of Italy have filed an application in India in November, 2014 through their Consortium- Consorzio Di Tutela Della Denominazione Di Origine Controllate Prosecco to protect against the copying of name of the wine in any form or abusing the label of world’s highest exported sparkling wine, even as report of misuse of the trade mark have been reported from UK. The galloping

Nominal Presence of Indian Wines at Prowein 2015
Jan 13: The 21st edition of Prowein, the leading wine and spirits fair globally is getting ready to welcome over 40,000 visitors from around the world on March 15-17 but the presence of Indian wineries will be only nominal with only two leading wineries Sula and Grover Zampa participating this year. Prowein is fast becoming the most important wine show in Europe, especially since Vinexpo is a bi-annual Show and Vinitaly is focussed more on the Italian wines.

Likely Sops for Hoteliers by Tourism Minister
Jan 13: Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Union Minister of State for Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation said that the government was aware of the problems being faced by the hotel and tourism industry and would consider offering them tax breaks to encourage investment in this area as it was a part and parcel of tourism which will be used to counter terrorism in the country. He was the Chief Guest at the Launch of the first edition of BW Hotelier magazine at the Hotel Leela

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