Wines | Best Indian Wines That Every Wine Lover Should Definitely Try

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Wine is said to be the most consumed drink around the globe. India has been producing wines for quite a time now. Read to know the best wines in the country.

Written By Shakir Khan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Wine is one of the finest drinks, and perhaps one of the most consumed drinks across the world. India too has its own brands wine which is loved by locals. Wines are also made in a manner to exhibit individuality over regularity. Over the years, the quality of wine produced in the country has been increasing steadily. Read to know a few of the best wines in India.

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Best Indian wines

Charosa Selections Sauvignon Blanc

It is made in Nashik Valley with grape variety of Sauvignon Blanc. The wine has intense tropical flavours of orange and gooseberry. It is balanced, broad and quite rich with grassy mineral freshness and tropical fruits. It tastes best with appetizers, light seafood dishes and salads.

Myra Reserve Shiraz

The wine is made with hand-selected grapes a nurtured in top-end new French oak barrels. Complex in making it is powerful with a long-lasting finish. Myra's unmistakable Signature soft tannin structure makes this wine appealing and immediately drinkable.

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KRSMA Sangiovese

It is a fruity red wine with body and length. This grape is India’s rising star and KRSMA does a good version, fruity and yet with some spiced richness. Many like its notes of spice and nuts.

Sula Chenin Blanc Reserve

It is made with tropical fruit flavours and mineral undertones can also be found. A notable acidity and hint of sweetness is given to this wine. It tastes best with oriental or Indian dishes, shellfish and salads.

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Fratelli Sette

A very complex reserved wine, layered and structured. This wine needs decanting for a minimum 2-3 hours, but if you can manage 4-5, even better. It then evolves into an elegant full-bodied wine.

Grover Zampa La Reserva

The wine has a red ripe and spicy aroma, which is natural with the shiraz in the blend. It is called as best Indian red wine by many. According to reports, it is the first red wine that made Indian wine famous around the globe.

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