Grover Vineyards commissioned its modern Maharashtra winery in Sangli on Thursday with the first bottles of its Santé White being released, according to Neeraj Verma, the newly appointed CEO of Bangalore based Grover Vineyards, reports Subhash Arora.
Wines From India The first bottles have just arrived in Bangalore from the winery on which the company has reportedly spent Rs.25 million, according to Neeraj. The company will discuss plans to bottle the red variant towards the end of the month.
Wine Club India Talking about the latest Wine India Move for delWine, Kapil Grover, the owner Director of Grover Vineyards informs delWine, ‘Moving forward, we realized that we need a full-time CEO and we were looking for someone with a strong marketing and management background and Neeraj fitted well with our requirements. With Brindco concentrating on marketing, we hope to achieve the sale of a million bottles this year and then a constant growth of 20-25% during the next few years.
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Tom Swarthout's White Stable Vineyard is named for this old stable, which would be turned into a winery. The development will feature smaller houses.
The Wine Society Of India His proposed community would have English cottage-style, environmentally friendly houses that are half as large. There would be no fences or swimming pools. Instead, residents would share an appreciation beyond their back patios of the open space and the vineyard.
Wines From India Yes, the vineyard. Swarthout's White Stable Vineyard, named for a 1905 stable sitting on the property, would include space for 34 homes and a 15-acre working vineyard and winery on the last large developable parcel in the center of the North Shore community.
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Frederic Larson/The Chronicle, 2004 A biologist looks for mealybugs in a Napa Valley vineyard. California wine's efforts to go green got a big push Wednesday when the industry unveiled a certification...
Wineries In India California wine's efforts to go green got a big push Wednesday when the industry unveiled a certification program for its sustainable practices.
The Wine Society Of India The wine industry has for years been pushing its green credentials by letting wineries evaluate their own progress on everything from less use of water to carpooling. Wineries were left to assess their own efforts under a sort of self-help quiz that offered a lengthy list of possible green efforts. But if you're a green winery by your own declaration, critics have asked, so what? So it was a major leap forward for the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, which managed the self-assessments, to announce that wineries can now pay outside auditors to ensure that their efforts on everything from pesticide use to creating mission statements and recycling corks are up to snuff.
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More than a dozen California wineries, including the Hess Collection, Sterling Vineyards, J Lohr Vineyards and Winery, E & J Gallo and Fetzer Vineyards, have been certified in a pilot for a state-wide sustainability programme.
Vineyards In India . --> The first California-wide programme for independent certification of sustainable winegrowing and business practices for the wine industry was unveiled on Wednesday in San Francisco.
Wineries In India Under the programme, developed over three years by the nonprofit California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, wineries and vineyards voluntarily self-assess their sustainability.
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JOHN BURGESS/The Press Democrat Clos du Bois capital projects manager Greg Stocker stands in its refrigeration unit, which freezes ice at night and uses the ice during peak hours in the day to cool its barrel rooms.
Winery In India California wineries and vineyards that prove they tread lightly on the land can now be certified as “sustainable” through a new program launched Wednesday.
Vineyards In India The voluntary program, created by two industry trade groups, sets minimum standards for wineries and vineyards that want to tout their green accomplishments to consumers.
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