“One of the best-attended tastings I went to recently in London” was the launch of The Wines of India, a Concise Guide according to Financial Times wine columnist Jancis Robinson MW OBE, who provides Purple Pagers with a detailed overview of where India is today, based on Peter Csizmadia-Honigh’s presentation and book: the first guide to Indian wines. […]
You did not know that you could enjoy Indian wines with your take-away curry? Fiona Beckett shares her impressions about Indian wines presented at the London launch of The Wines of India, a Concise Guide and her surprise that Indian reds impress more than whites. Read the full article here.
Christine Austin, the wine correspondent of the Yorkshire Post passes the following judgement on The Wines of India, a Concise Guide: “Written in an enthusiastic, confident, easy-to-ready style, it is a great introduction to the wines of a country that is only just starting to dip its toe into the wine industry. Highly recommended.”
Bangalore-based journalist and wine writer Ruma Singh publishes Peter’s epic journey of writing and publishing The Wines of India, a Concise Guide. Read what Peter & Ruma discussed about the current state of the Indian wine market and the regulatory environment. The blog post is available in full here.
Circle of Wine Writers members Brett Jones praises the book along the lines of “…it is actually a lengthy, but worthy tome…” and despite some critical remarks on a few minor issues, he concludes that it is “… a well-researched, through and honest book […] imbued by [Peter’s] innate enthusiasm as well as an exacting […]
Bible on Indian wines is the judgement on the book of Peter Csizmadia-Honigh by Spiritz journalist Heer P. Kothari. The Indian trade title, dedicated to the world of liquors, has a detailed book review in its January edition, which can be seen below. Bible on Indian Wines Read Peter’s article on why it is the […]