Top 10 Best Red Wine Brands in india 2017 with Price
5. Rasa Shiraz
It is an award-winning brand offered by the well-known Sula Vineyards, based in Nashik. It is supposed to be one of the best brands that are exported outside the country. It is a collector’s item as Sula produces only 1,700 cases of this lively wine. Its fruity aroma and a complex taste make it appropriate for preparing experimental food, barbecues and many other dishes. You can also try it with soft cheese.
A variety of Grapes: Sula Vineyards.
Price Range: 750ml of this 2007 vintage costs INR 1,175
4. Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve
This purple, deep red coloured wine is produced by Reveilo Wines. People prefer this wine due to its great fruity taste and subtle aromatic taste. Hints of pepper, cinnamon, and nutmeg provide more taste. It has a dark fruity and spicy aroma, which makes it a real fruit bomb in your mouth. It goes well with lamb dishes. You can avail the toothsome red wine to enhance the glamour of any celebration or party.
Variety of Grapes: Sauvignon
Price Range: 750ml of this 2005 vintage costs near about INR 1,345
Sette is one of the leading red wine brands in India. It is produced by Fratelli Wines, which is based in Akluj. The Silver medal that this wine got at the 2013 Decanter World Wine Awards in the U.K, tells the whole success story of this 2009 vintage. It tastes like ripe fruits with a hint of vanilla in it, which makes SETTE a great combination for spicy Indian dishes. Sette is another most accomplished and expensive red wine in India.
Variety of Grapes: Sette
Price Range: 750ml of this 2009 vintage costs INR 1,650
2. Chene Grand Reserve
Chene Grand Reserve is widely accepted the brand of red wine in India which is derived from the grover vineyards and popular for its idiosyncratic aroma and taste. This deep ruby wine is a product of Grover Zampa Vineyards. It has bagged many international awards and it is among the costliest red wine brands in India. In the year of 2013, Chene Grand Reserve won the Hong Kong International award as well. With a taste of berries and plums, this flavorful wine can be a companion of many types of dishes like stews, pastas, roasted or grilled vegetables at the temperature level of 16 to 18-degree centigrade. It is deep and concentrated and intense in Ruby colour. It suits as the refreshing notes of an aftertaste of cinnamon and vanilla by kicking off fruity notes. This wine is quite expensive than others available and popular red wines in India.
Variety of Grapes: Tempranillo Signature blend and Syrah
Price Range: 750ml of this 2010 vintage costs almost INR 1,700
1. Grover La’ Reserve
Grover La’ Reserve is also an offering by the Nashik-based Grover Zampa Vineyards. This spicy wine comes available within the buying range of most people in India but still, provides a long aftertaste to your senses. This wine is made by Bordeaux, a French-based winemaker and is being delivered from Shiraz grapes and Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes are matured in the French oak barrels to add a long lasting flavour to this wine. This is a profound ruby wine that is packed with lots of spicinesses and lingering oaken flavour along with the bunch of ripe fruits and red organic products. The oak and fruit keeps each other while tannins make them adjust to existing in this red wine.
Variety of Grapes: Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon
Price Range: 750ml of this flavorful wine costs around INR 800