Verona (Italy), March 31:
A selection of the best Sula Wines and Indivine by Fratelli Wines from India were on view at the just-concluded Vinitaly 2015 international wine exposition at this northern Italian town.
“Never in the past has such a broad range of wines from India has been made available in Italy and this allowed visitors and connoisseurs to get an understanding of Indian terroir (a French term that literally translated means earth or soil) and its characteristic flavours,” the organisers said.
The range of products included several awarded wines from Maharashtra’s Nashik Valley and from the Solapur area such as Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Riesling, Chenin Blanc, Sangiovese White, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Zinfandel Rose and Sula Dindori Shiraz.
In addition, there was the Sula Sparkling Seco and Sula Brut, the only Indian “Methode traditionelle” available
Vinitaly had a strong focus on business this year, including meetings with delegations and calendar of b2n event, professional seminars and tastings sure to provide effective answers useful for business strategies in the wine sector (www.vinitaly.com ), a statement said .
Overall, the wine sector is worth more than 10 billion euros, of which more than 5.1 billion euros is generated by exports. IANS