This fully illustrated, 450-page guide is the wine lover's indispensable companion to explore Indian wines. The inaugural edition features all 50 producers and nearly 400 wines with up-to-date and accurate information to guide you through the wonderful diversity of regions and producers. It includes: - the first authoritative classification of Indian wineries - a list of highly recommended wines - Peter's picks: a personal selection with brief tasting notes - brief regional introductions - detailed producer profiles - 11 specially commissioned maps - a glossary of wine terms. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Peter Csizmadia-Honigh is a consultant and writer. His articles have appeared in Sommelier India, The Drinks Business, VinCE Magazine and The Greek Star. He is a judge at the International Wine & Spirit Competition and the Decanter World Wine Awards. Peter is a co-proprietor of Royal Somló Vineyards in Hungary, crafting Juhfark wines for Michelin-star restaurants. Between 2005 and 2014 he was responsible for the Institute of Masters of Wine's study and examination programmes in Europe, North America and Australasia. He is a graduate of Eötvös University in Budapest and the Budapest Business School. He holds the WSET's Diploma in wines & spirits and is a certified sherry educator. THE GEOFFREY ROBERTS AWARD Peter Csizmadia-Honigh was the recipient of the The Geoffrey Roberts Award in 2014, which provided him with support for the research and publication of the first ever book on Indian wines. The bursary is granted annually by the Geoffrey Roberts Trust, a UK registered charity, since 1996 in memory of Geoffrey Roberts, a British wine merchant. The award, administered by The Vintners' Company, consists of a travel bursary and is awarded to a candidate who has a proven track record of successfully furthering the cause of wines from the New World, and who proposes to use the bursary to do something practical in the promotion and development of New World wines.
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