Saturday, 9 March 2013

popular wine brands in world with prices

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1. Sula Vineyards Brut Rosé NV, Nasik Valley, India - Rs 1000

Sula’s latest is a celebratory sparkling wine. It is creamy and not too complex. If you want to build an appetite before your meal, then pick this one without a second thought. The wine will prime you and your date for the evening ahead like nothing else. Some nice jazz music might help too.

2. Clairault Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2010, Margaret River, Australia- Rs 3062

Clairault Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2010 is one of the fruitiest wines you will ever taste. It almost overpowers the wine quotient but as you drink it in, the mix of lemongrass and citrus blends in amazingly well on the palate and is sure to have you pour another glass in no time. Make no mistake; this is one of the best new wines we have tasted in a while.

3. Fratelli Sangiovese 2011, Akluj, India - Rs 795

Fratelli has been making a name for itself in the Indian wine market slowly but steadily. The Fratelli Sangiovese 2011 is one of the best products from their stable and is sure to make teetotalers as well as connoisseurs sit up and take notice of this brand. Grown at Akluj near Pune in Maharashtra, the wine has a delicious mix of red fruits and cherry that tempers with the wine quotient almost perfectly. Give it a shot, you won’t regret it.

 4. Reveilo Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2010, Nasik, India - Rs 1300

It certainly isn’t cheap at Rs 1300 by Indian standards of wine, but every drop of Reveilo Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 is worth savouring. Owners Vintage Wines ensure that the quality of wine is not compromised at any stage of the winemaking process and ensures all aspects of the creating and bottling are done according to Western standards. But don’t take our word for it, go try this award-winning wine yourself.

5. Vallonné Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc 2011, Nasik, India - Rs 565

One of the most price effective wines in the country today, Vallonné is making a name for itself in the burgeoning wine market. The Vallonné Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc is one of their most tangy in this list. The aromas of gooseberry and sweet herbs will draw you in while its full body finish will leave you asking for more.

6. Nine Hills Viognier 2012, India - Rs 450

The most cost-effective wine on this list, Nine Hills Viognier 2012 is also the winner of the Wine Consumer's Choice Awards 2012 Gold. It is also the go-to wine if you’re into pale colours and love fruity flavours like lychee and peach. If you’re tired of the Sulas you’ve been having at the same price point, its time to check this one out.

7. Thelema Mountain Vineyards Shiraz 2009, Stellenbosch, South Africa Rs 3484

Stellenbosch lies 50 km from Cape Town in South Africa and is an important wine destination. This full-bodied wine is capable of holding its own sans any accompaniment. The rich flavours in Thelema Mountain Vineyards Shiraz 2009 will grab your taste buds from the word go. Not easily available, do give this one a shot if you get a chance. 


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