Trophy Winners

In 2018, IWA received a staggering 353 wine nominations for Trophy Awards for the Best in Class Wines; a vote of confidence in the awards and the impeccable quality of wines available in India.

Our judging process was impeccable. All the wines were tasted blind by our formidable panel of 19 judges, including Sonal Holland MW.
Our judging panel blind-tasted a total of 353 wines over two days. The judges were given no information about the wine’s producer, country or region of origin, grape variety or even price. They were arranged in logical flights to allow for a fair assessment of its taste and quality. Each table had a total of 3 to 4 judges who discussed each wine score, moderated by Sonal Holland MW. Medals have been awarded on the basis of a 100-point score in a process conducted as per global standards. The judges declared 154 medal winners, from which 30 are the winners of the Best in Class Trophy.



Judging Panel—Chaired by Sonal Holland MW

Sonal Holland MW, Chairperson


India’s first and only Master of Wine, Sonal Holland is the country’s most qualified and acclaimed wine professional. She is the founder of the SoHo Wine Club, which specializes in bringing an expertly curated selection of wines from across the globe, tutored tastings and finely curated wine experiences to highly discerning wine consumers in India. Her other company, Sonal Holland Wine Academy, Is India’s foremost institution offering WSET-certified wine education, consultancy, and research-backed knowledge and expertise to the hospitality, retail and the global wine trade. Internationally, she is on the judging panels of Decanter Asia Wine Awards, Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition and Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. Blackbook – India’s top Luxury Insider – has recognised Sonal among the top 100 Most Influential People in Indian Luxury, and also among the Top 50 Most Powerful Women.

Rahul Akerkar, Founder, Qualia, Celebrity Chef, & Entrepreneur


Rahul Akerkar started his culinary journey over three decades ago, working in many of New York’s top kitchens for over a decade during the 1980s. He returned to India in 1989 and since then, has been busy changing the way we eat. Known for setting industry trends with his creative, ingredient-driven cuisine and warm attentive hospitality, Rahul’s award-winning restaurants such as Indigo and Neel secured his position as one of India’s first successful chef-restaurateur entrepreneurs. His latest restaurant Qualia opened in Mumbai, referring to the essence of sensory experiences, serving modern cuisine.

Pratik Angre, Sommelier, The Table Mumbai


A sommelier with stints at Massive Restaraunts and Sofitel Mumbai BKC, he has been working in the hospitality industry for over six years. A graduate from IHM Mumbai, Pratik joined the Taj Group of Hotels as a management trainee. He has worked in different aspects of f&b including bars and specialty restaurants as a manager and is now a sommelier. He is also the winner of the 9th Indian sommelier championship 2016 with awards for the best sparkling wine round, the best cocktail round and the best tasting skills.

Subhash Arora, President, Indian Wine Academy, Wine Writer, International Judge and Wine Promoter


India’s most distinguished wine writer and journalist, he is the Founding Editor of delWine, the country’s first online newsletter on wine, food and hospitality, which is distributed to 33,000 readers in 70 countries. Subhash also founded the Delhi Wine Club in 2002, which curates fine wine and dining experiences for discerning wine consumers in Delhi. He has organised nearly 300 events for the club and been on the judging panel of over 53 international wine competitions, including Mundusvini, Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, HKIWSC, Decanter and Vinitaly, among others. He has been knighted by the Italian President and is the only Indian to have been awarded a Medal of Merit by the OIV.

Jasjit Singh Assi, Hotel Manager, Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai


Popularly known as JJ, Jasjit is the Hotel Manager at the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai since nearly 15 years and has worked in India, Thailand and Australia. Part of pre-opening team of Four Seasons Mumbai, he opened the famous AER bar and Lounge and San Qi Restaurant. In Four Seasons Sydney, he opened a 1 Hatted Restaurant with celebrity chef Mark Best, Pei Modern. An avid wine drinker, he loves to promote a positive wine culture.

Ajit Balgi, Bar Consultant, Wine & Spirit Educator, Corporate Trainer, Columnist


An alumnus of S P Jain and IHM, Mumbai, Ajit runs The Happy High – a wine and spirit consulting and education company. He has been associated with the hospitality and f&B industry since 2001, working as a sommelier, bar manager and beverage consultant. He was selected as a delegate from India for the Austrian Wine Summit, 2015 and also successfully bagged the Cochran Wine, Beer and Spirit Fellowship, a program by the US government, attended ESPAI Priorat 2017 in Spain and judged the Michelangelo wine and spirit awards last year. A WSET educator, he has also written for publications such as TOI, Deccan Chronicle, Asian Age, Sommelier India etc.

Abhishek Basu, Executive Assistant Manager- Food and Beverage, The Leela Mumbai


With an enriching career spanning over 16 years, Abhishek began his professional journey with the Leela Group in 2002 as part of the Management Trainee program. He formerly headed the f&b department at The Leela Palace Kovalam and played an instrumental role in pre-opening The Leela Palace Udaipur, The Leela Palace New Delhi and Jamavar Mumbai. He successfully brought wine in focus in Mumbai’s suburbs by hosting a series of bespoke wine dinners in collaboration with the house of Taittinger, Marchesi Di Barolo, Marchesi Di Frescobaldi to name a few. He has played a major part in curating the award-wining wine list at Le Cirque Signature. Abhishek has been bestowed with the coveted Wine Spectator award several times.

Aneesh Bhasin, Co-Founder, Foxtrot Beverages and Co-founder and CEO of Hipcask


An award-winning photographer and all round bon vivant, his travels around the world developed his interest in wines and spirits, which led him to start Hipcask, India’s first wines & spirits discovery app. Aneesh recently also launched Svami, a range of artisanal mixers, including tonic waters available across leading restaraunts. He has also served on the jury of several wine and restaurant awards in Europe and India.

Sourish Bhattacharyya, Co-Chair, Food and Pairing Competition; Food Writer; Author at and Co-Founder of the Tasting India Symposium.


A journalist with approximately 32 years of professional experience behind him, Sourish Bhattacharyya is India’s most eminent food writer. He wears several hats, including that of a columnist for Mail Today (India Today Group). He is the Founding Consulting Editor for the leading hospitality magazine, BW Hotelier, blogger at Indian Restaurant Spy and co-founder of the Tasting India Symposium. Passionate about wine – wine and food pairings are his special area of expertise.

Parveen Chander, Area Director – West India and General Manager – Taj Lands End, Mumbai


Kumar has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry. He embarked on his journey with the Taj Group in 1992 and has been an integral part of the company’s legacy ever since. He began as a management trainee in the Food and Beverage function at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi and swiftly moved up the ladder. An alumnus of the Institute of Hotel Management, Pusa, New Delhi, he immersed himself into hotel operations and perfected the art of F&B service for 15 years across Taj restaurants in multiple locations including Mumbai, Delhi and Udaipur. His significant contribution to the group has made him an indispensable part of the Taj success story.

Alok Chandra, Wine Consultant, Gryphon Brands Inc.


An independent management consultant with a focus on wine, Alok is based in Bengaluru, India. He is the founder and past-President of the Bangalore Wine Club and has been writing a fortnightly column “The Wine Club” for the Business Standard newspaper’s ‘Weekend’ magazine since 2004. In addition to this, he has contributed to the Food Lovers Bangalore magazine as well as the Metro Plus section of The Hindu newspaper. He has passed the WSET Level III Advanced Certificate exam with distinction, and is a qualified as a trainer for the WSET Level I & Level II courses.

Gauri Devidayal, Co-Founder, The Table Mumbai, The Table Farm, Magazine St Kitchen, Magazine St Bread Co and Miss T


The co-founder of South Mumbai‘s most famous restaurant – The Table, Gauri has completed her WSET Level III. She has been at the forefront of the farm-to-table initiative by setting up The Table Farm in Alibag, from where the restaurant gets much of its fresh produce. She co-founded Magazine St. Kitchen along with husband, Jay Yousuf, a culinary playground for intimate dinners, cooking workshops and more, housed in a restored heritage structure, in Byculla. They have created Mag St Bread Co, a bakery. Their latest outpost is Miss T, a South East Asian inspired restaurant in Colaba in collaboration with the founders of Woodside Inn.

Vaniitha Jaiin, Wine & Spirits Specialist at The Perfect Pour


With years of experience in marketing, corporate communications and brand management, Vaniitha has transitioned into the world of wines, spirits and luxury brand management. She has held leadership roles in highly reputed organisations such as Flipkart, Edifecs Inc, Adecco India, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide & Mahindra Satyam. She has studied advanced level wine courses at the WSET London and Luxury Brand Management from Essec Business School, Paris. Vaniitha serves as a consultant to the hospitality industry importers, corporates, lifestyle brands and HNIs for wine buying, wine training, wine-based events, brand management and curation of wine lists etc. She dons the hat of a wine judge at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and is also a wine TV educator on YouTube.

Suneeta Kanga, Corporate Grooming, Fine Dining & Wine Appreciation


A corporate trainer, mentor and coach in the area of grooming, international etiquette, fine dining and wine and spirits appreciation, Suneeta specialises in developing customised training modules. A regular speaker at various TV channels, she has appeared at seminars and discussions in educational and other institutes on the subject of good grooming, etiquette and wine education. Suneeta has been featured in many newspapers and magazines and has been included in the “Cambridge who’s who” listing by Donald Trump Jr. She has a WSET Level 2 certification in Wines as well as Spirits.

Rukn Luthra Managing Director, Fermentras India


The former Managing Director for Remy Cointreau, responsible for the Indian Subcontinent & Gulf, he was instrumental in setting up a distillery in a Joint Venture to produce India’s most premium Brandy ‘Janus’ with Sula Vineyards. Prior to this, he was the Asst. Vice President at Pernod Ricard India and over the years managed the Wine business, Import Division (BIO) & Export of IMFL brands to the Gulf & African markets. He also setup the successful ‘Nine Hills’ Winery for Pernod Ricard in India. Rukn has previously worked with Nestle, E&J Gallo Winery and the Oberoi Group of Hotels. 
Over the years he has launched several wine & spirit brands in India including LXIII Cognac, Jacob’s Creek Australian Wine, Mount Gay Rum, Metaxa Brandy, St. Remy Brandy, Piper Heidsieck Champagne etc. He is currently the Vice President of India’s ‘Wine Society’ and a judge for ‘Sommelier India’.

Sameer Malkani, Co-Chair, Food and Wine Pairing Competition, India Wine Awards, Founder – President, Food Bloggers Association of India


Samir founded the Food Bloggers Association of India over 6 years ago, a body which is a leading culinary platform today with a large social media presence. An ardent lover of all things wine, he is constantly honing his expertise on wine varietals, tastes and flavours. A leading education specialist, his previous work experience includes stints at Ogilvy & Mather and Discovery Channel India. He is an ardent gamer, an occasional chef at home, and is passionate about music and travel.

Nikhil Merchant, Food Writer & Influencer


Nikhil started his food career in journalism and writes extensively on food and the people behind it for luxury publications, nationally as well as internationally. He has worked in best kitchens in India and abroad where he got to interact, cook, learn and execute finest cuisines of the world from the culinary masterminds. In his blog – Nonchalant Gourmand, he relives his experiences and shares his cooking escapades with the world.

Shahrom Oshtori, Vice President Operations – India, Gourmet Investments Pvt Ltd


Beginning his career with Accor Hotels as an Assistant Food and Beverage Manager at their flagship property in India, Sofitel Mumbai BKC, Shahrom was promoted to Director of Food and Beverage within two years. He has spent nearly a decade in the hospitality industry and is associated with prestigious hotels such as The Taj Mahal Palace, Grand Hyatt, JW Marriott and Sofitel Mumbai BKC. He is currently working with Gourmet Investments as its Vice President Operations.

Reva Singh, Publisher & Editor, Sommelier India – The Wine Magazine


A veteran of the Indian magazine industry, Reva is the owner and publisher of Sommelier India – The Wine Magazine, the first and only Indian magazine dedicated to wine. Prior to this, she edited The Oberoi Group Magazine for six years, raising it to a level of excellence comparable to the best international hotel magazines. She has been associated with several high-profile publications in India and abroad over her 30-year publishing career. With a formidable reputation in the Indian wine industry, she has been privileged to taste a variety of wines from around the world.

Ruma Singh, Wine Writer


Ruma Singh is a former full-time journalist who turned in to a dedicated wine writer. She blogs about wine, along with food and travel on her dedicated wine website, Between the Wines at She also contributes features and columns to leading local and international publications. A former president and committee member of the Bangalore Wine Club, she is also a wine educator. She has completed WSET Level 3 exam with distinction and is also a member of the exclusive London-based group of top wine journalists, known as the Circle of Wine Writers.

Trophy Winners

Trophy Winners for the Best in Class Wines Indian

Best Red Wine – Indian
Grand Reserve Oak 2015

The Chêne Grande Reserve is a graceful red wine aged for a minimum time of 15 months in French oak barrels. It has an aroma of blackberry, currant and ripe plums and finishes with a hint of spices and oak bouquets like vanilla and roasted coffee beans.


Best White Wine – Indian
Sula Dindori Reserve Viognier 2018

To be served chilled, the Sula Dindori Reserve Viognier is an exotic elixir of peach and lychee flavours. With a floral, spicy and stunning palate, it is great as an aperitif and terrific with spicy food.

Best Rosé Wine – Indian
Fratelli MS Rosé 2017

A 100% Sangiovese, it has a vibrant fresh rose petal colour with a nose of summer red berries, and is fruity on the palate, ending with a refreshing finish.


Best Sparkling Wine
Grover Zampa Soirée Brut Rosé 2015

A delicate wine with salmon hues and lingering aromas of plum and red berry fruits on the nose, its palate is characterised by fine effervescence, supported by good acidity and finesse.

Trophy Winners for the Best in Class Wines International,
Red and White, Old World and New World

International wine category


Best Red Wine – Old World
Le Volte dell’ Ornellaia 2015, Italy

It combines a Mediterranean expression of generosity with structure and complexity. With a deep ruby colour, it is crisp with fresh fruity hints and a meaty texture, supported by silky, smooth tannins, devoid of any harsh edge.


Best White Wine – Old World
Joseph Drouhin ‘Drouhin-Vaudon’
Chablis Reserve de Vaudon 2015, France

An elegant wine with a brilliant colour with hints of green, it has a typical Chablis nose, where aromas of citrus (lemon) fern and even salty sensations predominate. On the palate it is vigorous and lively, but with a lot of finesse and balance.

Best Red Wine – New World
Framingham Pinot Noir 2017, New Zealand

This sweetly fruited Pinot Noir is world famous with complex classic cranberry, cherry and plum fruit flavours.


Best White Wine – New World
Susana Balbo CRIOS Torrontés 2017, Argentina

From the very beginning, Susana Balbo has been a pioneer in Torrontés wines, transforming this traditional grape of Argentina into an emblematic one. Her first harvest broke the rules by creating a premium style of Torrontés distinguished by its elegant notes of white flowers, pear and ripe peach.

Best in Class Rose and Champagne

Best Rosé Wine – Old World
Chateau d’Esclans Côtes de Provence
Whispering Angel Rosé 2017, France

A pale hued wine is full of bold red fruits, crisp with acidity and ripe in character. Balanced and delicious, it’s ready to drink.


Best Champagne
Taittinger Les Folies de la Marquetterie NV, France

A deep yellow in colour with golden highlights and fine and delicate bubbles, its intense, highly fruity bouquet leads onto peach and apricot jam aromas with subtle hints of toasted brioche and vanilla. On the palate, this wine is full-bodied, smooth and fruity with dominant peach flavours.

Best Rosé Wine – New World

There was no winner declared for 2018.



Best Sparkling Wine (excluding champagne)
Ferrari Brut NV, Italy

The historic wine of Ferrari Trento is a Trentodoc that is the product of 100% Chardonnay grape. A fresh and intense bouquet with a broad fruity note of ripe Golden Delicious apples, white flowers and a delicate scent of yeast, it is a harmonious and well-balanced wine.

The Best in Class Trophy Wines Indian – Budget and Premium

Best Budget Wine – Indian
York All Rounder White 2017

It’s a light-bodied and fruit forward wine with a refreshing acidity and aromatic flavours that continue through to the finish.


Best Premium Wine – Indian

Best Mid-Range Wine – Indian
Reveilo Nero D’Avola 2017

A medium-bodied red wine with strong fruity aromas of cherry, accompanied with spicy notes of pepper and cinnamon. It is a young wine with a long finish.


Best Super-Premium Wine – India
KRSMA Estates Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

The dark, intense colour holds the promise of a robust, fruit-driven wine. The nose has the aromas of blackberries, cherries and some spice. The well-integrated oak set the stage for aromas of black fruits and a long, unforgettable finish.

The Best in Class Trophy Wines International – Budget and Premium

Best Budget Wine – International
Campo Viejo Tempranillo 2017, Spain

With a nose rich in aromas and pronounced in intensity, it has fruity, woody nuances and sweet notes of vanilla. On the palate it is perfumed, soft and fresh with a long finish that leaves memories of red fruit, vanilla and cocoa.


Best Mid-Range Wine – International
Zonin Ripasso Valpolicella Superiore DOC, Italy

With intense ruby hues, it has a remarkably complex bouquet with vinous tones and well-defined scents of cherries, mature plum, fig with notes of violet and dried tobacco against a tenuous background of dark chocolate. It is dry on the palate and is harmoniously balanced.

Best Premium Wine – International
Domaine Barons de Rothschild (Lafite)
Pauillac, France


Best Super-Premium Wine- International
Boscoselvo Brunello di Montalcino 2010, Italy

Made from 100% Sangiovese, it has exceptionally bold fruit flavours, high tannin, and high acidity, with notes of plums and red berries and finely balanced acidity.

Winners of Silver, Gold and Diamond Awards

Winners of a Silver award are ranked with 85-89 points

Winners of a Gold award are ranked with 90-94 points

Winners of a Diamond award are ranked with 95 points and above

Diamond Winners

  1. Chêne Grande Réserve 2015, India
  2. Grover Zampa Soirée Brut Rosé 2015, India
  3. Sula Dindori Viognier 2018, India
  4. Reveilo Nero d’Avola 2017, India
  5. SDU RESERVA 2014, India
  6. Le Volte dell’Ornellaia 2015, Italy
  7. Taittinger Les Folies de la Marquetterie NV, France
  8. Joseph Drouhin ‘Drouhin-Vaudon’ Chablis Reserve de Vaudon 2015, France
  9. Torres Mas La Plana 2012, Spain
  10. Boscoselvo Brunello di Montalcino 2010, Italy
  11. Susana Balbo CRIOS Torrentes 2017, Argentin
  12. Zonin, Ripasso Valpolicella Superiore DOC, Italy
  13. Framigham Pinot Noir 2015, New Zealand
  14. Domaines Barons De Rothschild Réserve Spéciale Pauillac, France

Winners of a Silver award are ranked with 85-89 points

Winners of a Gold award are ranked with 90-94 points

Winners of a Diamond award are ranked with 95 points and above

Gold Winners

  1. Masi Masianco Pinot Grigio 2016, Italy
  2. Erasmo Barbera Garnacha, Chile
  3. Chateau d’Esclans Côtes de Provence Whispering Angel Rosé, France
  4. Masi Campofiorin Rosso del Veronese 2014, Italy
  5. Marchesi Antinori Castello della Sala ‘Bramito del Cervo’ 2016, Italy
  6. Cavino Naousa Xinomavro 2015, Greece
  7. Cavino Nemea Agiorgitiko 2015, Greece
  8. Four Seasons Vintners Reserve Red Wine 2015, India
  9. Fratelli SETTE 2015, India
  10. Fratelli MS Rosé 2017, India
  11. Fratelli MS Red 2017, India
  12. Fratelli Sauvignon Blanc 2018, India
  13. Fratelli Chenin Blanc 2018, India
  14. Fratelli Sangiovese 2017, India
  15. Good Earth Bleu NV, India
  16. Good Earth Antaraa NV, India
  17. Good Earth Basso NV, India
  18. Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection White 2017, India
  19. Vijay Amritraj Reserve Collection Red 2015, India
  20. Grover Zampa Art Collection Viognier 2018, India
  21. Grover Zampa Art Collection Sauvignon Blanc 2018, India
  22. Grover Zampa Soirée Brut Magnifique 2016 , India
  23. La Réserve Red 2016, India
  24. Sensi Campoluce, Chianti DOCG (Organic) 2016 , Italy
  25. Sensi Collezione Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC 2016, Italy
  26. Sensi Collezione Nero d’Avola IGT Sicily 2015, Italy
  27. Sensi Collezione Chianti DOCG 2016, Italy
  28. Faustino I Gran Reserva Rioja DOCa 2015, Spain
  29. Bodegas Faustino VII Rioja DOCa 2015, Spain
  30. Paul Jaboulet Aîné, Les Traverses, Ventoux AOC 2016 , France
  31. Bodegas Portia Roble, Ribera del Duero 2016, Spain
  32. Château Goumin Blanc 2015, France
  33. KRSMA Estates Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, India
  34. KRSMA Estates Sauvignon Blanc 2017, India
  35. Besserat de Bellefon Grande Tradition Brut , France
  36. Campo Viejo Tempranillo 2017, Spain
  37. Brancott Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017, New Zealand
  38. Sileni Cellar Selection Sauvignon Blanc 2015, Italy
  39. De Bortoli Noble One 2013, Australia
  40. Reveilo Sangiovese 2017, India
  41. Reveilo Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, India
  42. SDU DEVA Chenin Blanc NV, India
  43. SDU Trilogy 2014 , India
  44. SDU Deva Syrah 2014, India
  45. Soma Vineyards Rosé Gold 2018, India
  46. Sula Rasa Cabernet 2016, India
  47. Sula Brut Chardonnay, India
  48. Sula Chenin Blanc Late Harvest 2018, India
  49. Sula Chenin Blanc Reserve 2017, India
  50. Sula Sauvignon Blanc 2018 , India
  51. Sula Zinfandel Rosé 2018 , India
  52. Sula Rasa Shiraz 2016, India
  53. Sula Dindori Reserve Shiraz 2017, India
  54. Kadu Sauvignon Blanc 2018, India
  55. Kadu Chenin Blanc 2018, India
  56. Kadu Cabernet Shiraz 2017 , India
  57. Bouchard Aîné & Fils Chablis A.O.C., France
  58. Bouchard Aîné & Fils Bourgogne Chardonnay A.O.C., France
  59. Ferrari Brut NV, Italy
  60. Tenuta Sant Antonio Scaia Red 2015, Italy
  61. Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
  62. Thelema Shiraz 2014, South Africa
  63. York All Rounder White 2017, India
  64. York Rosé 2018, India

Winners of a Silver award are ranked with 85-89 points

Winners of a Gold award are ranked with 90-94 points

Winners of a Diamond award are ranked with 95 points and above

Silver Winners

  1. Barton & Guestier Reserve Merlot, France
  2. Concha Y Toro Casillero del Diablo Reserva Chardonnay, Chile
  3. Nederburg The Winemaster’s Reserve Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa
  4. Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut Cava, Spain
  5. Donnafugata, Sedàra IGT Sicilia Nero d’Avola, Italy
  6. Carpene Malvolti Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut, Italy
  7. Pampas del Sur ‘Select’ Shiraz Malbec, Argentina
  8. Peter Lehmann Portrait Eden Valley Riesling 2016, Australia
  9. Doña Paula Malbec 2017, Argentina
  10. Peter Lehmann The Barossan Shiraz 2016, Australia
  11. Masi Levaire Soave Classico 2016, Italy
  12. Selbach Riesling 2016, Germany
  13. Maison du Sud Merlot 2016 , France
  14. Maison du Sud Sauvignon Blanc 2016, France
  15. Brancott Estate Pinot Noir 2017, New Zealand
  16. Jacob’s Creek Reserve Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2017, Australia
  17. Cape Dreams Pinotage 2016, South Africa
  18. Four Seasons Chenin Blanc 2018, India
  19. Four Seasons Blush 2018, India
  20. Four Seasons Shiraz 2017, India
  21. Fratelli Cabernet Franc – Shiraz, India
  22. Fratelli MS White 2017, India
  23. Fratelli NOI, India
  24. Fratelli Chardonnay 2018, India
  25. Fratelli Cabernet Sauvignon 2018, India
  26. Fratelli Classic Chenin, India
  27. Fratelli Classic Shiraz, India
  28. Fratelli Classic Merlot, India
  29. Casablanca Rosé Spumanté NV, India
  30. Casablanca Frizzano Semi Dry NV, India
  31. Casablanca Frizzano Extra Dry NV, India
  32. Casablanca Vino Spumanté, India
  33. Grover Soirée Brut, India
  34. Grover Art Collection Shiraz Rosé 2018, India
  35. Grover Art Collection Chenin Blanc 2017, India
  36. Grover Art Collection Cabernet Shiraz 2017, India
  37. Sensi Prosecco Pure 18K Gold Brut 2017, Italy
  38. Vintales Bloomin’ Late Muscat 2017, South Africa
  39. Vintales Last Call Shiraz 2017, South Africa
  40. Sensi Collezione Merlot, Toscana IGT 2016, Italy
  41. Sensi Collezione Pinot Grigio, Veneto IGT 2016, Italy
  42. Sensi Collezione Vermentino, Toscana IGT 2016, Italy
  43. Chateau Bonnet, Entre Deux Mers AOC 2015, France
  44. Chateau Goumin, Bordeaux Rouge AOC 2015, France
  45. Sensi Pinot Noir Rosé Pure 18K Gold Brut NV, Italy
  46. Sensi Collezione Pinot Noir Veneto IGT 2016, Italy
  47. Paul Jaboulet Aîné Syrah 2015, France
  48. Campo Viejo Blanco 2017, Spain
  49. Sileni Estates Cellar Selection Pinot Noir, New Zealand
  50. Reveilo Chardonnay Reserve 2016, India
  51. Reveilo Late Harvest Chenin Blanc 2016, India
  52. SDU Deva Cabernet Sauvignon 2014, India
  53. SDU Winemakers Selection 2014, India
  54. Soma Vineyards Zinfandel Red Reserve 2017, India
  55. Soma Vineyards Shiraz Reserve 2018, India
  56. Soma Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc Gold 2018, India
  57. Soma Vineyards Rosé Dessert 2018, India
  58. Soma Vineyards Shiraz Cabernet Silver 2018, India
  59. The Source Grenache Rosé, India
  60. Sula Brut NV, India
  61. Sula Brut Rosé NV, India
  62. Sula Cabernet Shiraz 2017, India
  63. Sula Zinfandel 2018, India
  64. Sula Chenin Blanc 2018, India
  65. Sula Riesling 2017, India
  66. Sula Brut Rosé, India
  67. Trapiche Old Cask Malbec, Argentina
  68. Mud House Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
  69. Le Grand Noir GSM, France
  70. Conti Serristori Chianti Classico DOCG, Italy
  71. Cap Royal Bordeaux Supérieur, France
  72. Nik Weis St Urbans-Hof QbA Riesling 2016, Germany
  73. The Daily Dose Sauvignon Blanc 2017, India
  74. Saint Clair Pinot Noir, New Zealand
  75. York All Rounder Red 2017, India
  76. York Shiraz Viognier 2017, India