Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

No. 827 : : October 21, 2019
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Italics Wine Club: Three Barberas and a Masterclass
Oct 20: At the Italics Wine Club dinner organised for the Angels of Italian Wines at Cafe Diva, Embassy of Italy, with 5 wines including Prosecco Val d’Oca and a Chardonnay from Io Mazzucato in Veneto, it was an opportunity to showcase Barbera wines from its native Piemonte, writes Cavaliere Subhash Arora who had selected 3 Barberas for the short Masterclass to highlight the third highest grown grape of Italy, itching to get the same respect as its

After withdrawing from Prestige Torres takes Sula as Partner
Oct 21: After getting out of the partnership with Prestige Wine and Spirit that started in 2001 as a joint venture between the Spanish giant and Gautam Thapar a couple of years ago, Familia Torres has now decided to withdraw from equity participation in India and has appointed Sula Selections as its exclusive importer and distributor in India for its complete range of products with effect from January 2020, thus withdrawing completely from Prestige,

Cava and Corpinnat Sparkle at Spanish National Day
Oct 19: Spanish National Day was celebrated with the usual pomp and show on October 16 at the residence of Ambassador of Spain, H.E. Jose Ramon Barañano in magical ambience with plenty of gourmet food catered by The Park and excellent Spanish beer and Baronia wines from Rioja but the celebrations called for a sparkling wine and there was never-ending supply of Freixenet Cava and Gramona Gran Reserva 2013, soon to be labelled as

Passing By: Winemakers from Chapel Hill and Amelia Park Australia
Oct 21: Michael Fragos and Jeremy Gordon, the young highly regarded and awarded winemakers from Chapel Hill Winery in McLaren Vale and Amelia Park in Margaret River, Western Australia were in India last week when Subhash Arora met them at Cirrus 9 Bar at the Oberoi, New Delhi at an evening of tête-à-tête with them by Le Cave and the importer Brindco and tasted the four wines being currently imported. Wines from Michael Fragos and Jeremy

Millennials hold Key to Wine Culture
Oct 16: It is often believed that the future of wine in India will be decided by the millennials (1980-2000 born) who are more travelled, better educated, evolved and more experimental, but as confirmed by a report by Wine Intelligence in London, this age group is also inclined to gin, craft beer and cocktails, making it difficult to predict but they hold the key to increasing the wine culture. A new definitive report into the drinking behaviours of millennials -born

Australia Decanted to woo US Market with 6-week Campaign
Oct 20: In what could have been interesting for the Indian wine producers if the government were supportive of wine like the Chinese government and would have been happy to participate in such a glorious campaign too, the Australians are back to woo the US with a unified strategy after swirling and nosing the Chinese market during the past year and tasting deceleration of growth and with the US charging import duties on wines from Europe,

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