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8th January 2008

Nandi Valley Winery, a Bangalore-based wine producer, is arguably a new entrant into the wine market. Butnews their flagship brand – Kinvah – is already making waves locally, and is set to take the rest of the country by storm.

Kinvah, currently available in three reds and two whites, is very Indian in its make up. It is fruity with just that hint of sweetness, and has captured the imagination of Indian wine drinkers as it goes well with Indian food. And so it’s not without surprise that the company has clocked impressive sales of 1000 cases a month, over the last few months. In fact, Kinvah became the largest selling wine brand in Bangalore for the month of December, 2008 grossing a total of Rs 60 lakh.

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Nandi Valley Winery
is a Bangalore-based wine producer catering to wine connoisseurs and novices alike with an array of exquisite wines through its flagship brand-‘Kinvah’ and also a soon to be released, excellent host of wines sourced from the best winemakers of India and abroad like ‘Drakshe’ from Hampi Heritage Wines, Karnataka; ‘Tiger Claw’ from AD Wines, Maharashtra, Harman’s Margaret River from Australia and many more.

With a winery and operations spread over a 250 acre vineyard located in Bijapur, Nandi Valley Winery plans to expand its horizons with a second unit of 500 acres near Bangalore which is being nurtured to produce ten million liters of wine. Bangalore’s cool climate along with the apt soil conditions of the Nandi Valley region after which we are named makes it an ideal location for wine grape farming.

Nandi Valley Winery is thus stepping into the emerging wine domain of Karnataka with wines that are selected on stringent specifications to ensure perfection in the final quality in terms of taste and aroma.


India always had a sparkling relationship with wine. Historical evidences point at wines well-imbued into the winerycultural and social fabric of a nation that has always upheld the principle of responsible drinking.

Celebration, revelry or health –whatever the reason, wine has never been far from the Indian palate. In fact, wine has been considered as a ‘gift of the gods’ since it is the only fermented beverage found in nature. The natural yeasts available in the skin of red grapes can lead to the formation of wine in the ripe grape itself.

The yesterdays of wine have seen many a rise and fall in popularity. But today, wine in India has come of age. Indian wines have scaled heights to be on par with till-now favored French and Italian wines. And the wine scene is suddenly splashed with hues ranging from red to rose, blended in wineries established on Indian soil.

Stepping into the emerging wine realm of Karnataka is Nandi Valley Winery, with its wide range of the most delectable wines sourced from some of the best winemakers of India and abroad. Nandi Valley Winery offers connoisseurs and novices alike a memorable taste of this delicious tradition through three categories – Kinvah from Hampi Hertitage Wines, Karnataka; Pibantu from AD Wines, Maharashtra & Harman’s Margaret River from Australia.
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