India’s wine industry takes root


Bulls lumber down dusty roads, cow-dung patties bake in the sun, and women in bright saris pluck grapes from manicured fields, their bangles jangling with every toss. Welcome to India’s wine country. This sleepy town in western India, long famous for its grapes, has become the subcontinent’s Sonoma Valley, the heart of a $100 million industry that has seen annual growth of more than 25 percent annually since 2003. Read the CNN/Associated Press article for more statistics.

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