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Forget Napa - Meet the Wines of India Business Today online edition

download Storm in a wine glass pdfStorm in a wine glass

DARE: Because Enterpreneurs Do

Vol2/February 2008: The potential capacity of the Indian wine industry is somewhere around Rs. 1,700 crore, out of which the current standing is Rs 450 crore only. With the rise of wine as a lifestyle drink, the industry might even overtake the speculations.


Wine of the monthWine of the month - Cabernet Syrah

INDIANWINE.com Indian Wine Portal

India, February 2008: February wine of the month awarded to Chateau d'Ori's 2007 Cabernet Syrah


download Finest Vineyard In Making pdfChateau d'Ori India's Finest Vineyard In Making

Ambrosia - The Magazine For The Alcobev Industry

Vol 15/January 2008: A favourable environment for the Indian wine industry has not only given birth to new wine brands but also has helped many companies to set up wineries and get into serious wine business. One such company is d'Ori Winery Pvt. Ltd. which has just recently launched its range of wines made at its state-of-the-art winery in the same line of Bordeaux Chateaus


download Indian Wine Academy pdfA Day with Dhuru of D'Ori in Dindori

Interview: A Day with Dhuru of D'Ori in Dindori - Indian Wine Academy

India, February 06th 2008: Chateau d'Ori is one of the new wine producers of India in Dindori, near Nashik .To get a glimpse of what was inside the vineyards and the minds of its Chairman, Ranjit Dhuru, Subhash Arora took time out recently to spend a couple of days with him.


download Shade of Bordeaux in Maharashtra pdfA shade of Bordeaux in Maharashtra

Wine Business International

India, January 25th 2008: When Chateau d'Ori, a new winery in Nashik recently launched five labels of domestic wine, one could see shades of Bordeaux in the taste and style. Finished in Bordeaux bottles, the wines reflect that not only is the chateau's name derived from Bordeaux, but the taste, too.