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"It is exciting times for India in terms of domestic wine production."
Noted wine professional Peter Csizmadia-Honigh has written a thorough guide on the wines of India. His book, 'The Wines of India', takes an in-depth look into the emerging wine industry of India. In a candid interview with Avijit Barman, the London-based writer tells us exactly why he chose to write about Indian wines.3 | read more »
“I Think India Is a Wonderful Growing Market”
He was passionate about producing complex, powerful, yet elegant wines from the best regions in Western Australia. Having founded Capel Vale in 1974, Dr Peter Pratten is one of the early pioneers of the Western Australian wine industry. In a candid interview with Caroline Andrade, Dr Peter Pratten speaks about his award winning wines and bringing them to India.14 | read more »
“Growth of Indian Wines Will Exceed the Growth of Wines in China”
He is young and dynamic and is a popular figure in the wine scenario of Kolkata. Having had a vast international experience in the wine and spirit industry of USA, Canada, Australia, Thailand and China for over two decades, freelance wine and beverage consultant, Keith Edgar speaks to Caroline Andrade on his plans of teaching the London wine education program WSET for the first time in West Bengal and his contribution to the wine industry in India.5 | read more »
It is about Sharing your Gusto!
She is young, unconventional and full of guts. The founder of Gusto Imports, a frontline wine importing house, a successful entrepreneur, and the happy mother of a three-month old baby, she has got a number of identities. Meet Kay, aka, Kadambari Kapoor in a hearty tête-à-tête with Manisha Dasgupta.6 | read more »
"Come with an open mind towards the German wines"
They happened to be happily engrossed, first, in financial investment world, and then, in the video game industry. With relocating to India from Germany, their life took a swing and the duo landed up in a whole new world, i.e., showcasing the beauty of German Winelands to the world. Meet Chandra and Gerhard Schanz, the two pillars behind ‘The Wine Culture Tours’ (www.wineculturetours.com).4 | read more »
"Making wine is An interaction between Nature and Man"
Alessio Secci - He wanted to become a diplomat but ended up being a wine maker. Alessio Secci, the Co-Promoter and Director of Frattelli Wines, is a man who have always followed his heart and now his company, a joint Indo-Italian venture, is taking India by storm. In a candid interview with The Wine Club, Alessio Secci reveals about the brand, the initial days and the future dreams the company wishes to reach.3 | read more »
"Policy Makers Should Not Perceive Wine as A Cash Cow"
Subhash Arora - Recipient of Mérite de l'OIV , Founder, Delhi Wine Club
Subhash Arora, founder of Delhi Wine Club and the President of Indian Wine Academy has become the first Indian to have received the prestigious Mérite de l'OIV for his outstanding contribution in the sector of wine. He recounts his wine journey with Manisha Dasgupta
"Indian wine industry will be a major beneficiary to the World Wine Market"
Ben Riggs - Consultant Wine maker, Mr. Riggs Wine Company
Renowned Australian wine maker Ben Riggs achieved the distinguished Bush King status in 2000 and has again been crowned with this unique title when Penny's Hill Shiraz was awarded the winner of the McLarene Wine Show. Lending his success recipe to Kimaya Wines, he was recently in the Capital during the launch of a beverage. Poonam Thapa catches the praised wine maker in an informal tête-à-tête.