A toast to fine French and Australian wines- The New Indian Express

With an aim to make premium-quality wines available in the Indian market, winemakers are bringing in foreign brands that will be best suited to the Indian palate Published: 05th December 2019 06:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th December 2019 06:43 AM   |  A+A A- BENGALURU: Back home, I don’t even eat breakfast. But here at my hotel, they served dosa and I loved it,” said a visibly excited Nick Pasudovas, chief winemaker from the Clovely Estate in Australia, who was in town recently to introduce four variants of wine from the South Burnett region to India.   “Many years ago, we tried to enter the Indian market with our wines. India has always been on my mind and we just needed the right connections to expand here. For the Australian and French people, wine is a staple diet, but not for Indians. So it was all about finding a way to look for something that is best suited for the Indian culture and cuisine,” said Pasudovas, whose favourite wines are Semillon and Nebbiolo. Three months ago, when Tetrad Global Beverages put the Australian wines through the tasting panel and assessed the preferences among 20 Bengalureans, including Abhay Kewadkar – a passionate winemaker in India and dir...

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