Three- and five-point ratings don't address the subject adequately, and wine producers themselves cannot be relied upon to be objective.
The quality (and price) of wines made in India improves/increases each year and there's no question that our best wines are today much better than most imported wines priced at the same level.
A silver lining in the dark clouds of this 10-week lockdown and the attendant downturn in the economy is the possibility that online ordering and home deliveries of at least wines will continue.
It's high time that all state excise authorities considered permitting home delivery of (at least) wines.
The Daily Dose Red 2016 from Wine Park is a 100 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon that uses organic grapes from a single vineyard in Solapur, Maharashtra
No wine at home? Here's a list film recommendations by wine consultant Alok Chandra on your favourite drink. Enjoy!
As someone who's been operating a Small Office Home Office (SOHO) since 2002, I think I'm eminently qualified to comment on WFH
Diageo, the largest alcoholic beverage company in the world, estimates that the loss in its fiscal year ending June 2020 would be between $300 million and $420 million
It's a pity that good imported wines are so expensive in India
With spirits, one gets drunk; with beer you mostly burp
Apart from its characteristic ripe guava aroma, it is vibrant, with intense lemongrass and fresh ginger notes that highlight the core of citrus and pear flavours
Warmer climes are opening up areas for viticulture that did not exist 35 years earlier, and this trend will only accelerate
Wine consumption in India grew at a steady 12-15 per cent annually this past decade to reach an estimated 4.5 million cases in 2019-20
You know, of course, that while all Champagnes are sparkling wines, not all sparkling wines are Champagnes!
The Tenuta Sant'Antonio Amarone 2013 is a complex bouquet of ripe fruit, liquorice, and black pepper, with hints of chocolate