Indian Ambience Vineyards introduces outstanding tastes ‘YAANA’October 8th, 2010 - 7:13 pm ICT by ANI
Bangalore (Karnataka), Oct.8 (ANI-Business Wire India): Indian Ambience Vineyards Pvt. Ltd. (IAVPL) presents a wide range of wines designed to give wine lovers a refreshing taste of some outstanding creations.
IAV grows the best quality of grape varietals in the company’s vineyards located at Bidar. Irrigated by the river Karanja and possessing the ideal soil for growing wine grapes, the region has the right altitude and weather for super quality yield. Spread across 60 acres of land, these vineyards strictly follow organic farming practices to ensure chemical-free nature fresh grapes and also no damage is caused to the environment.
The area has been witnessed to many progressive initiatives taken up by IAVPL, having involved the local farmers in contract farming and thus giving them an opportunity to get the best returns from their lands. Various other factors in need of development have been paid attention to, including education and community welfare.
A lot has gone into the making of Indian Ambience wines. The entire process from grape selection to maturing has been done under the expert guidance of the French wine maker Mr. Antoine Coulomb who is a Viticulturist and Oenologist with an extensive experience of wine making in France, U.S.A. and India. He has been instrumental in producing wines most suitable to Indian palates. Under his guidance, Indian Ambience Vineyards has been successful in creating the perfect wines to suit local tastes and preferences in wines.
IAVPL proudly announces the launch of its flagship brand “Yaana” with 7 French varietals. Yaana includes 5 Reds- namely Shiraz Merlot, Cabernet Shiraz, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rose and 2 Whites namely Chenin Blanc & Sauvignon Blanc. Yaana will be released into the South Indian markets of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Goa and Delhi.(ANI)
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