Grover Zampa Vineyards made India proud by winning the first International Trophy for the Art Collection Sauvignon Blanc 2014. This is a remarkable win in the Decanter Asia Wine Awards (DAWA) 2014, which received more than 2,500 entries from around the world. The judges were unanimous in their decision to bestow the top accolade, reflecting India’s burgeoning wine scene. Co-chaired by Jeannie Cho Lee MW, the first Asian Master of Wine and a Contributing Editor to Decanter, and Steven Spurrier, Chairman of the Decanter World Wine Awards and Decanter’s Consultant Editor, the Decanter Asia Wine Awards aims to recognize quality wines and provide consumers across Asia with a trusted source of recommendations.
“The sole purpose of the DAWA is to recognise and award quality”, says Steven Spurrier, DAWA Co-Chair. “Our standards are high, and so are our expectations. We only award medals to wines in which consumers can have the utmost confidence.” An elated Sumedh Singh Mandla, CEO Grover Zampa Vineyards says “We are extremely honoured to receive this recognition at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards. It reiterates our position of being one of finest wine makers in India. We are committed to producing top quality wines, enjoyed by wine aficionados all over the world. I am sure this success will help us and other Indian wines, stand tall at international platforms.”
For full results of DAWA 2014, please visit dawa.decanterchina.com/en/2014
(Excerpt from a press release)
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