India

With 114,000 Ha of vines India has surprisingly large plantings of grapes, however most of these are for table grape production. The main areas are in central India, and in particular at Nasik, two and half hours north-east of Mumbai, at the northern end of the Deccan Plateau. Despite being in the northern hemisphere, the grapes are harvested in February or March because an autumn harvest would be washed away by the monsoon. In a tropical environment, a bit of jiggery-pokery with pruning and water supply can trick a vine to fruit at almost any time of year!

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  1. Soul Tree Cabernet Sauvignon
    Soul Tree Cabernet Sauvignon, Nasik Valley 2013
    Cabernet Sauvignon 14.0% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > India
    Rich and full of spicy, plummy fruit, full flavoured with hints of peppers, and ripe raspberry...
    £8.80 per bottle
  2. Soul Tree Cabernet Sauvignon
    Soul Tree Cabernet Sauvignon, Nasik Valley 2017
    Cabernet Sauvignon 13.0% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > India
    Rich and full of spicy, plummy fruit, full flavoured with hints of peppers, and ripe raspberry...
    £9.30 per bottle
  3. Soul Tree Sauvignon
    Soul Tree Sauvignon Blanc, Nasik Valley 2017
    Sauvignon Blanc 13.0% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > India
    Full Sauvignon with good freshness and ripe fruit...
    £9.70 per bottle

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