The London International Wine Fair brings together importers, merchants, producers, agents, restaurateurs, wholesalers, sommeliers, and wine makers from across the globe under one roof, therefore making it the single most important event in the world wine calendar. The event offers its visitors an opportunity to meet with over 1,300 exhibitors from every major wine producing country and taste their wines.
Highlights of the fair will include: the ‘Top 100 Tasting’, focusing on organic and biodynamic wines and an extensive schedule of seminars and tasting, designed to broaden the product land market knowledge of the average wine enthusiast. The fair is aiming to have as many as 20,000 wines available for tasting.
Ranjit S Chougule, Managing Director, Thachi Wines Ltd. said, “We are looking forward to showcasing our brands in the LIWF. The event will provide us with a global platform to exhibit our wines and acquaint visitors with some of the finest new world wines”
Thachi Wines Ltd. is South Australia’s premium most wine producing company. With 3 wineries producing some of the world’s finest wines, Thachi’s infrastructure is an up-to-date facility in a country recognised for technological innovation. The Thachi brands include – Broken Earth, Red Skies and South Bay that are being exported to USA, Japan, UK, Switzerland, Germany and other European countries, currently.
About Champagne Indage Ltd.
Champagne Indage Ltd. (CIL) is India’s largest and oldest wine company, established in 1982. With vineyards spread over 2500 hectors, CIL has its facilities in Narayangaon (Nashik), with 20 varieties under cultivation and over 137 varietals under plantation. It has presence across the globe with 10 offices and more than 600 employees.
Winner of 49 International Awards, CIL is the pioneer in producing authentic Indian wines, with more than 36 brands of Red, white and ‘sparkling wines under their umbrella. CIL have been growing at over 100% YOY for the last 2 years, even when the industry is growing at around 30 – 60%. It is the largest producer of wines in India, with a market share of over 75% in premium wines and above 70% overall.
The company has deployed the state-of-the-art technology at its manufacturing facility with the largest wine production facility in India, with a capacity of 15 million litre at Narayangaon with a bottling capacity of 15000 bottles per hour and multiple manufacturing facilities across India, which ensures minimal lead time and consistency in supplies across India.
Champagne Indage Ltd. is the first sparkling wine producing and exporting company of India, exporting to 69 countries across the globe. Their range of exquisite wines like Chantilli, Ivy, the flamboyant Marquise de Pompadour and many more have won several awards ranging from the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC), held annually at London to Wine Style Asia from Singapore to national levels at the INDY’s. It also holds the honour for being listed in the world wine encyclopedia and is revered by wine critiques from Jancis Robinson to Oz Clarke.
For exquisite Wine tasting experience, visit us at The London International Wine Fair, Stand no. P10, London Excel between 20th and 22nd May 2008
Nearest Tube station: Custom House (DLR)
For more information or for an interview with the Director of Chateau Indage please ask for Neha Jain at the venue or call her on 07872903115/02079932541.