Fratelli Wines, India’s leading premium wine brand, won the “Bronze medal“ for its “Chenin Blanc 2012” at the recently held International Wine Challenge 2013.
Fratelli Wines, India’s leading premium wine brand, won the “Bronze medal“ for its “Chenin Blanc 2012” at the recently held International Wine Challenge 2013 in the United Kingdom for its consistency, quality standards and excellence. The wine is well balanced with notes of apple, greengage, and chalky minerals developing into more honey, acacia, and quince aromas.
Fratelli’s Chenin Blanc continued to achieve another milestone – three years in a row – after winning a commendation medal at the IWC 2010 and IWC 2011, making it the most awarded Indian Chenin Blanc.
Speaking on the occasion, Kapil Sekhri, Co-Promoter & Director, Fratelli Wines, said, “Our hard work has been validated with the bronze medal awarded to us for our Chenin Blanc 2012 this year. We are extremely proud to be acknowledged and commended at international platforms such as the International Wine Challenge. Our wines stand for excellence in India and we are going from strength to strength to make world quality wines.”
Viticulturist and Fratelli Wines creator, Peiro Masi adds “From the inception of selecting a terroir as rich and diverse as Akluj, Maharashtra, we knew we were on our way to creating one of the finest wines in India. Our aim continues to create the best wines for the distinguished Indian palate and we hope our patrons continue to enjoy our offerings.”