Asian wine market - don't forget India
12 Aug 2011 by Guest contributor
This article is the third in an irregular season of features written by previous winners of the Young Wine Writer Award . See also the first in the series, by Rebecca Gibb, and the second , by Nicola Gutman. Ray's article is timely given India's very recent accession to the OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine).   For a general introduction to wine in India, see this entry in the online Oxford Companion to Wine. Ray O'Connor won the Young Wine Writer award in 2007 and has since written for English and Irish publications. He currently works with the International Wine Challenge and is studying...

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