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No. 882 : : June 10, 2021
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DWC: Alba is in the Air with Casetta and Mauro Sebaste Wineries- Part 2
June 10: The first webinar organised by the Delhi Wine club during the current pandemic was providential since Alba and the featured winery Mauro Sebaste, both have a link with the history of our Club launched in May 2002 at a wine show when we had co-organised two wine dinners with wines from Fratelli Casetta in Vezza d’Alba. In this Part

Wine Feature: Top Ten Winemakers of India under 40 (Part 1)
June 04: After initiatives like Top Ten Importers, Top Ten Producers, Top Ten Indian Women of Wine (WOW) and delWine Excellence Awards, Indian Wine Academy is proud to take lead in recognising India’s young winemakers, the backbone of quality winemaking, and has introduced the biennial ‘Top Ten Winemakers of India under 40’,

Home Delivery of Wine and Liquor to be allowed in Delhi
June 01: Following the footsteps of states like Maharashtra and the ease of availability of wine and liquor at lower prices in the neighbouring Gurgaon, the Delhi government yesterday released a notification through Delhi Excise (Amendment) Rules, 2021 allowing the home delivery of wine and liquor to stores holding L-13 license provided

Bordeaux 2020 : A Trinity in the Making (Part-1)
June 10: Given current climate trends marked by increasingly extreme events, comparisons between vintages are becoming more dubious. Each vintage boasts a unique identity and extreme weather exacerbates local variations. The success of a vintage should be considered at the level of individual vineyards and focused on the

Tasting Top Tuscan Wines Brunello and Chianti Classico
June 02: It’s been a strange year to say the least, as all ‘live’ tastings have been cancelled in Italy since March 2020, so the opportunity to hit the road after many months and drive to Montalcino, a picturesque cross-country drive that takes about 1:30 hours from her home near Arezzo in Tuscany, was a real pleasure followed by a Tasting of

From Archives (2006): Indian Wine Companies Must Wake Up to Storage Issues
June 10: At a tasting with a group of lawyers, we were asked an important question: Why does an Indian wine taste better when you buy it from a winery than from a retail shop? The answer is bad storage and it's about time the wine industry does something about it, writes Sourish Bhattacharyya. The other day a friend of mine who owns one

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