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Grover celebrates 30 years with exclusive soiree

Grover Zampa celebrates 30 years with exclusive soiree Guests enjoying the wine master class

Grover Zampa Vineyards, the most awarded wine producers from India, recently commemorated 30 years in the market by hosting an experiential evening in Bengaluru to celebrate its journey over fine wine.

The gathering was graced by industry stalwarts, socialites and wine aficionados who came together to honour the recent achievements and milestones of the brand.

The year 2019 gone by has been a true testament of Grover Zampa’s commitment towards quality, marked by the recent recognition at Decanter Asia Wine Awards with a gold for its Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection (white), as well as the Sakura Women’s Wine Awards, where the Art Collection Shiraz Rosé won a gold.

This year the brand also launched a new visitor centre in the Bengaluru vineyards, including the introduction its very first restaurant and lounge (Lounge de la Réserve), a tasting room (Cave de la Réserve) and a cellar (Boutique de la Réserve).

The inauguration also witnessed the launch of exclusive wines, namely Vendanges Tardives, La Réserve Royale Brut and a new vintage of Insignia, which has received much appreciation from connoisseurs and consumers alike.

Mr Subhankar Bose, General Manager of The Renaissance, Bengaluru Race Course Hotel, said: “We are extremely elated to have the honour of hosting an event to celebrate Grover Zampa’s evolution at our signature chic and stylish R-Bar.”

Grover Zampa Vineyards owns wineries and vineyards in Nandi Hills in Karnataka and in the Nashik Valley in Maharashtra. It is also the largest exporter of wines from India to over 20 countries.

The wine making is carried out by a team of local oenologists under the direction of international French wine consultant, Michel Rolland, and French wine maker, Mathias Pellisard. It has so far won 129 international grand awards for 13 wines since 2013, from seven competitions, across three continents.