Organised with the support of APEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority, Government of India), the “India Wine Show” takes place at the Millennium Conference Centre in London Kensington, from November 6 to 8, 2015. Over a thousand wine professionals are expected to take part in the first-ever wine fair of its kind with representation from five top Indian wine producers – Charosa, Fratelli, GroverZampa, Sula, and York. Mr. Sunil Kumar General Manager, APEDA, is very optimistic about the initiative and hopes to make the Fair an annual event.
According to the organisers, more than a thousand people are expected to visit the Fair to taste India’s best wines and learn more about wine production in India. In addition to the tastings, there will be a series of masterclasses and seminars conducted by the likes of international wine expert, Steven Spurrier, Jane Parkinson and Joe Wadsack of BBC Food and Drinks, Alessio Secci from Fratelli, and Peter Csizmadia-Honigh, author of the recently launched, “The Wines of India – A Concise Guide”.
The Show will open for press and trade visitors on Friday, November 6, and thereafter to the public for a further two days.