No. 850 : : July 03, 2020

Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

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Move Over Cans- Here comes Paper Bottle for Wine
July 01: There has been a sharp fall in the use of cork as closures in the last 20 years and now the wine industry may soon witness a paper bottle made from 94% recycled paperboard with a food-grade liner called the Frugal Bottle, already introduced by an Umbrian winery, Cantina Goccia, writes Subhash Arora who feels it might compete with the niche categories like plastic bottles and aluminium cans. The Frugal Bottle, is the brainchild of British packaging

Review: Tale of Two Online Wine Courses by Sonal and Magandeep
June 27: During the Covid-19 Crisis there is nothing much meaningful to do or a lot, depending on whether your glass is half full or half empty. But for wine novices flipping websites on internet and getting confused, here are two new Online Courses designed by two Indian wine specialists, Sonal Holland MW and Magandeep Singh with years of teaching experience and at a reasonable price of Rs. 2200/Rs. 2500, that will help you with wine appreciation,

Wine & Food Feature: Prosecco DOCG reaches highest Sale of 92 Million Bottles in 2019
July 03: Prosecco DOCG, the classic Prosecco from Le Colline del Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene-the Prosecco Hills in North-eastern Italy sold a record number of 92 million bottles in 2019, when it was also designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July, writes Subhash Arora who laments that Indian wine lovers have been missing out on the beauty of this region and the delicious sparklers due to lack of knowledge and appreciation

Guest Opinions: John Salvi MW revisits Bordeaux 2019 En Primeur
June 25: An earlier Article on En Primeur 2019, one of the first ones in the segment, by our Bordeaux resident specialist John Salvi Master of Wine, was admittedly too critical and harsh and he revisits and revises it because he has been persuaded that his earlier, long and detailed analysis of the 2019 vintage in Bordeaux was too severe on the Red Wines and did not give them sufficient credit or analyse their quality and merit. I am a cynic, this I freely

A Virtual Visit to York Winery in Nashik
June 25: Nashik based York Winery, near Sula vineyards is known for its excellent wines from international grape varietals thanks to using newer technologies and an enticing wine tourism, says Sheetal Kadam who was Inspired by a virtual tour of the winery with the assistant winemaker Shagith Prakash who has studied Viticulture and Oenology from Lincoln University New Zealand and has been working with York for 8 years. More than a decade now,

Wine and Health: US Federal Panel to recommend One-Glass-a Day Wine
June 28: In the once-in-a century drama being enacted by Mother Nature, Coronavirus is only the major villain surrounded by several less intimidating events like the earthquakes and the locust swarm that has hit India, the recent news that the influential federal panel has recommended men reduce their alcohol intake to one drink per day rather than two, should be an easy shock to bear, writes Subhash Arora. The Dietary Guidelines Advisory

 
 
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