Cultural shift in Indian wine drinking

Cultural shift in Indian wine drinking

A growing and more affluent middle class is driving India’s fascination with wine which has been improving in quality and recently has been winning several international awards and recognitions, writes our guest writer Dan Traucki who suggests it would be very interesting to see how some of the Iberian, Greek or southern Italian native varieties would thrive and perform there, especially the whites. India, the second most populous nation on earth consumes a mere 0.012 litres of wine per person – roughly six tablespoons – per annum.

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