Chateau Indage bags IWSC awards

MUMBAI: Asian wine major Chateau Indage Limited has recently won the International Wine and Spirit Competition Awards (IWSC). Indage has won four awards amidst stiff competition from more than 50 countries and approximately 5000 entries this year in Surrey, UK.



Chateau Indage “Ivy Shiraz 2003”, Chateau Indage “Ivy Sauvignon Blanc 2002” have won the bronze award while Chateau Indage “Mist of Sahyadri” Cabernet Sauvignon 2002, Chateau Indage “Tantra Baramati 2003”, has won the commended awards.



Based in Surrey, UK, this premier competition has been one of its kind in the world since 1969. It was established with the aim to appreciate, award and promote the quality and excellence of the world's best wines, spirits and liqueurs. This award not only increases the overall standing of the company in International markets but also helps in expanding its goodwill with customers at regional markets. World over wine connoisseurs look up to these awards as the bench mark to identify the best brands globally.



The Indian giant, Chateau Indage is not only breaking new barriers but also has made Indian Wine Industry proud of these achievements since 1986. The only wine making company that has the most sophisticated technology for producing wines in India. ( Keeping quality in top priority and focus on R&D facilities, Indage’s Biotech division has successfully developed and harvested 108 varieties of high quality grapes in tropical climate despite all the other wine growing countries are in temperate region.)

Chateau Indage is headed by Shamrao Chougule (Indage Group founder chairman).

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