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Upping the game with Grover's latest

To my mind, the wine appeared to be still quite young and I think it will benefit from at least one year of bottle ageing

Alok Chandra 

Alok Chandra When Grover Zampa Vineyards recently launched its new Insignia Shiraz 2014 at Rs 5,000 for a magnum (1.5-litre bottle), people sat up and took notice. It's not just that Insignia is now the most expensive Indian wine or that the launch (at the winery, outside Bengaluru) featured some of India's top wine people - attendees included Sonal Holland, India's first Master of Wine, Reva Singh of Sommelier India magazine, Subhash Arora of the Indian Wine Academy and, of course, Ravi Vishwanathan, the Singapore-based investor in Grover who came down from Paris just of the event. ...

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