Top 10 Best Wine Brands in India 2016

People in India have discerning taste in wine and spirits and this is why wine brands have made it big in the Indian market. Many of the brands have come up with wines, which give tough competition to some leading international brands.

Here is the list of top 10 best wine brands in India with price 2016:

10. Fratelli Sangiovese Bianco

Fratelli Sangiovese Bianco

The word Fratelli (Italian) implies brothers. Fratelli Wines is a coordinated effort of Indian and Italian families getting together to bring the Tuscan quality and taste of wine, developed in Indian atmosphere and territory. Their winery home is in the Solapur district close to Pune with the vineyards adjacent too. Wine analysis – Alcohol: 13.5 – Total Acidity: 5

9. Dindori Reserve Shiraz

Dindori Reserve Shiraz

Next on the list of top 10 best wine brands in India 2015 is Dindori Reserve Shiraz, a product of Sula Vineyards. The wine, which has a full body taste, makes a perfect combination with lamb and hard cheese. The price is pocket friendly at Rs 850 for 750 ml.

8. Seagram’a Nine Hills

Seagram’a Nine Hills

Seagram’a Nine Hills is another wine brand, which has touched the heights of popularity in the country. It presents a unique taste with the fruity blend of strawberry and cherry. The wine can be had with fried as well as spicy dishes, making it perfect for the Indian palate. The product comes at a fair price of Rs 565 for 750 ml.

7. Barrique Reserve Shiraz

Barrique Reserve Shiraz

Another wine brand which has amassed a great deal of popularity in India is Barrique Reserve Shiraz, which comes from the house of Four Seasons. Containing the wonderful aroma of some spices and blackberry, the wine blends well with matured cheese, red meat and mushrooms. Price is reasonable at Rs 900 for 750 ml.

6. SETTE

SETTE

SETTE is a product of Fratelli Vines, based in Akluj. The best thing about this wine which accounts for its huge fan following in the country is that it makes a perfect combination with Indian food. It carries hints of vanilla and citrus flavors. The price is on the high end, at Rs 1650 for 750 ml.

5. Chateau d’Ori Merlot

Chateau D'ori Merlot wine

Next on the list comes the wine called Chateau d’Ori Merlot, which is derived from this wonderful tasting grape called Merlot. Being stored in oak barrels gives it an even more outstanding taste and aroma. It can be paired with all kinds of meat.

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