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Last weekend's election results forced many of us to reflect on the current realities of the European Union. And all the reports coming out of Asia confirm the dramatic slowdown of the Chinese...

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See these tasting notes on some current Indian wines . On my first visit to India, in 2002, I...

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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...

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When I first encountered it, I remember thinking Australian Shiraz/Viognier was the weirdest thing I had ever heard of. At the tasting I report on below, it looked like one of the most orthodox...

Tags:  Georgia, India

As India’s middle class has burgeoned, so have the country’s vineyards, even if punitive taxes, a complex distribution system and an extremely embryonic wine culture do little to help the...

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Barbera d'Asti and Barbera del Monferrato Superiore are to be designated DOCG from the 2008 vintage. This elevation to Italy's top rank completes the gentrification of Barbera, a grape...

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Recent business graduate Viv Menon was supported by a Geoffrey Roberts Award 2005 to go on a fact finding mission to India late last year. Here’s his report:   The...

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Anthony, India: I just read your article about wine and food and the comment made...

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No guide book or any of my friend's reports fully alerted me to the magnificent colours, intense smells or vibrant freshness of the food along the streets of Delhi. Or of the ubiquity of the...

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James Swann is an independent wine broker based in London, trading mainly in fine and rare wines, although he also advises growers in Spain and Portugal, for example on export-market...

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See an overview of the current Indian wine scene . What more logical way to celebrate the launch of Beaujolais Nouveau than to report on rapid progress in India's wines? Actually, what I do...

Tags:  India, Beaujolais

Dhruv Sawhney of Delhi is perhaps India's most respected wine collector and connoisseur. He was captain of his Cambridge college wine-tasting society. So were both his sons. At the same college,...

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. It is a long way from a teetotal, non-meat-eating ashram in Florida to choosing wine for China's top government...

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. When I started out writing about wine in the 1970s I was told firmly that the Asians would never become wine...

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I think many of us outside India are fascinated to know to what extent wine has infiltrated the country with the world's biggest middle class. Sanjay Menon of Bombay/Mumbai wine importer...

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