Grover Zampa Vineyards launched the Late Harvest Chenin Blanc to its Art Collection range, which reflects the philosophy of winemaking as art and showcases paintings from celebrated Indian artists.
There are 7 varietals within this range allowing people to explore distinct styles within one vibrant brand.
Speaking on the launch, Vivek Chandramohan, Chief Executive Officer, Grover Zampa Vineyards says, “Our brand is contemporary, and we believe in offering distinct choices in our wine range that reflect the winemaker’s signature style and true varietal characteristics along with the Indian terroir. It reflects our philosophy of winemaking as an art and the symbiotic relationship between art and wine. This dessert wine will surely be the delectable end to your meal.”
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc is a pale straw yellow wine with sticky tears/legs. The intense fruity and floral aromas of apricots, lychees, dates, and white blossoms add a nice balanced acidity and are velvety smooth on the palate with a lingering sweet aftertaste.
It is advised to serve this dessert wine chilled at 5-7°C at the end of your scrumptious meal. It can be enjoyed by itself or can be paired with fruit & nut platters, crème brûlée, cheesecakes, vanilla custards, apple pies & lemon meringue pies.
It is now available in Mumbai, Pune for Rs.530 for 375 ml, whereas in Bengaluru the cost is Rs.505. In Delhi, it will be available from February, priced at Rs. 535.