Former Institute of Masters of Wine education manager Peter Csizmadia-Honigh has written a guide to the wines and wineries of India.
Bangalore-based winery Myra has launched a Cabernet blend called Misfit, which it has hailed as India’s first unfiltered wine.
India’s biggest producer has said it will increase the purchasing rates of grapes by 10% for the 2016 harvest to encourage a growth in farming.
One of southeast Asia’s largest drinks companies has announced its entry onto the Indian market with the launch of a range of premium single malts and gins.
Ravi Rajagopal, Diageo’s global head of business development, is leaving the company at the end of September – the third executive level departure to be announced in the last month.
A monastery in Prague has revived a recipe for an IPA once favoured by British soldiers in India, which has proved a hit with the locals.
Diageo has sold its remaining stake in United Breweries to Heineken for £89 million, in a move that could threaten controversial chairman Vijay Mallya.
The taste for local wines in India is growing and could precipitate a “China moment” in the sub-continent thinks the country’s biggest winemaker.
The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in Kerala has approached the state Excise Department asking to increase the capacity of the Church-owned mass wine production facility.
The chief winemaker and vice president of India’s largest winery, Sula Vineyards, Ajoy Shaw speaks to db about his life of no regrets, dislike of liars but love of Tintin.
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