No. 692: : April 06, 2016

Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

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Oberoi Gurgaon Sparkles with Promo
March 31: After initiating Sunday Brunches with 10 unlimited champagnes, complimentary tastings in the wine cellar with Sommelier Rakesh Awaghade and an offer of a glass of wine cheaper than coffee at its Patisserie, The Oberoi Gurgaon has announced another special promotion for bubbly lovers with five sparkling wines with different profiles and personality at an incredible price of Rs. 475 AI for a month starting from April 1, writes Subhash

DWC Dinner: The Reverse Brain Drain and Masala House
April 06: The Delhi Wine Club dinner at the Masala House in Sunder Nagar a couple of weeks ago was an interesting evening of delicious Indian meal matched with wines from Sula Vineyards and Sula Selections at the new up-market Indian cuisine restaurant in Delhi, writes Rifaquat Khan Mirza, the guest writer who accepted our invitation to attend the wine dinner and requested to report about it. At the BW Hotelier conclave when President of the Delhi,

Grover Zampa: Partnering in pursuit of Excellence
April 06: Starting with experiments in 1981 by Kanwal Grover, often considered the father of the Indian Wine Industry, as a means of fulfilling a passion of establishing India as a world class wine producer, it has been an interesting ride for the Groverís, one in which they have never deviated from holding themselves and all their partners to the highest quality levels. It therefore comes as no surprise that they jump start a new chapter of their history by taking

Vinisud 2016: Grands Crus of Western Algeria showcased
April 01: Algeria dates back to ancient times and was at its zenith and once a leading export nation before World War II but the vines were uprooted when the country gained independence but the country has reclaimed a part of its glory, writes our correspondent Rakesh Awaghade who visited Vinisud and also writes about the Corsican wines he came across at the wine show that has become annual The earliest evidence of grape vine cultivation in Algeria

Chenab Impex: Rising Star in Wine Imports
March 30: Many wine importers in India have been in the liquor business earlier, but it is seldom that a well-heeled food importer like Chenab Impex Pvt Ltd. owned by Anil Chandhok, a Chemical Engineer from IIT Bombay, enters wine imports and with an expanding portfolio hopes to become a star in the wine business too, writes Subhash Arora who thinks that he is driven enough and well equipped to forge ahead in the wine business although he may

Pernod to Push Jacobís Creek Variants outside India
April 06: Pernod Ricard has been successful in becoming the leading import in India besides being the most popular brand by riding on its advantageous transfer pricing and strong spirits distribution network, but it has seen its sales under stress in USA where it plans to introduce the Double Barrel range -superior to the Reserve range which seems to have gone on the backburner in India , and with Hardys, Lindemanís and Australian Vintage revving up their
 
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