Nandi Hills and Nashik-based, Grover Zampa recently won the first international trophy for the Art Collection Sauvignon Blanc 2014 at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) 2014. Read on for the news report.
Apart from winning the international trophy, Grover Zampa also bagged three silver medals for its La Reserve’ White, Chene Grand Reserve and Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection White.The winery was also awarded three bronze medals for its Grover Art Collection Cabernet Shiraz, Grover Art Collection Viognier and Zampa Soiree’ Brut.
This is indeed a proud achievement for India’s wine industry, as the Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) is Asia’s largest wine competition that draws a huge participation from wineries all across the globe; this year more than 2,500 wines took part.
Since the aim of DAWA is to recognise and commend quality wines, Steven Spurrier, DAWA co-chair and Sommelier India columnist, said, “Our standards are high, and so are our expectations. We only award medals to wines in which consumers can have the utmost confidence.”
A justifiably proud, Sumedh Singh Mandla, CEO Grover Zampa Vineyards said: “We are extremely honoured to receive this recognition at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards. The recognition reiterates our position of being one of finest wine makers in India.
“We are committed to producing top quality wines, enjoyed by wine aficionados all over the world. I am sure this success will help us and other Indian wines, stand tall at international platforms.”