Issue 3: Feb 2017
Guns2Gewürztraminer Newsletter
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A grand wine fest, a major importer's beefed up wine portfolio, an authentic Indian wine paired recipe and encouraging prospects for artisanal spirits- this issue has everything that makes India a promising land for the wine and spirits trade. Not to mention optimists like you who make it so. Hope you will like the month's effort.

Ravi Joshi (Col Joe)
Winners often do a high five to celebrate victory. India’s biggest wine producer Sula Vineyards just did that with wine aficionados in its 10th edition that concluded recently in the country’s wine capital Nashik.
Located 180 kms from Mumbai, Sula is the crowning jewel of the Nashik winescape which is dotted with more than 60 wineries and often eulogized as the “Napa of India”. So what was #SulaFest2017?
Newer wines continue to pour in India. Akin to filling up white spaces in an outlined drawing, the ever increasing wine availability in the country is making the ‘picture’ more attractive to wine lovers.
If you are asked to name a drink from Mexico, most probably you will name Tequila. It doesn’t matter whether you go through the motions of sucking lime and licking sea salt or blend it into a frozen Margarita, Tequila is Mexico’s identity as much as its Tacos and Enchiladas.
A popular preparation of the Kodavas (Coorgis), an ethno-lingual tribe from the Coorg Region of Karnataka. Pandi means ‘pork’ in the Kodava language.
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