Adding to their cap of international feats, Grover Zampa Vineyards, the pioneers of wine-making in India, have been awarded four honours at the prestigious SAKURA Women’s Wine Awards 2019. At this unique competition, the brand won a gold medal for their Art Collection Shiraz Rose 2018, evidencing the superlative quality and excellency of the wine. In addition, Grover Zampa also won three silvers for their Soiree Rose Brut 2016, Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection Red 2016, Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection White 2017 respectively, underlining the superior wine producing capabilities of the Indian terroir.
Established as a reliable indication of wine distinction, the SAKURA Japan Women’s Wine Awards is an international wine competition held in Japan, where female experts from the wine business unite to judge the best the world has to offer. This year, the winners were selected from among 4326 entries from 34 participating countries, after a tasting assessment where wines were appraised on the basis of their performance in a category, aspects such as food pairing and costing and how they appeal to women wine buyers and consumers.
Commenting on these triumphs, Vivek Chandramohan, CEO, Grover Zampa Vineyards said, “We are extremely proud of our wins at SAKURA 2019, as the acknowledgement really helps reiterate our determination of manufacturing the best quality wines. We are constantly endeavouring to stay ahead of the curve and with this very resolve, we have made multiple advancements in terms of innovation and technology. We are optimistic on what the future has in store for us and are committed towards fuelling the wine industry as a whole.”