Wine Club of India makes access to wines simpler

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Steven Spurrier and two associates are starting a wine club in Mumbai to help consumers get access to good wines. His team will choose six wines from the stock of wine importers Sansula, who the club has tied up with, which he will suggest to members to try as a combined package at a certain price. Payment and delivery will be done via existing retailers in Mumbai so that no laws are broken.
According to the Economic Times, the first case consistent of two French (Laroche Chardonnay 2005, Laroche Merlot 2004), one Italian (Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio DOC Alto Adige 2005), one Australian (Oxford Landing Cabernet-Shiraz 2004), one Chilean (Paso de Luz Cabernet Sauvignon 2003), and even one Indian wine (Aambe Bahula Chenin Blanc 2005), will be priced between Rs 5,500-6,000 and should be available in July.
If you’re wondering who Stephen Spurrier is, he is the person who organized the infamous 1976 Judment of Paris Wine Tasting that pittied Californian wines against the best of the French. Since then Spurrier has founded the Academie du Vin and Christie’s Wine Course in addition to authoring and co-authoring over a dozen books on wine.

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  1. Piyush Mukharji on

    HI I”M HOTELIER BY PROFESSION I”M LOOKING FOR A GOOD TWO LEVEL CORKSCREW IN DELHI IF U CLD PLEASE LET ME KNOW A GOOD PLACE TO BUY I”LL BE HIGHLY GRATEFUL>
    REGARDS<
    PIYUSH

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