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Editorial: Celebrating delWine 500
It is a matter of pride and pleasure that the 500th issue of your favourite eNewsletter from India is in your hands. It is an important milestone and we thought of celebrating with articles
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We’ve Come a Long Way Maybe
I am always so immersed in bringing out the next issue of delWine that it almost slipped my mind that the 400th issue was around the corner. No big deal-one might say. But with the amount
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Wine in DELHI Super...
FINALLY- Wine in DELHI Supermarkets
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Carry on Indage
When we carried the Breaking News story two weeks ago about the rise of Sula to the number one spot due to the fall of Indage Vintners because of financial and marketing crisis, it received
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EU Complaint Should Add Delhi as the Culprit
EU has threatened legal action against India at the WTO if the unjustified high tax issue in the four states is not resolved by September when the meeting is scheduled between the two parties but the agenda needs
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Whining Indian Wine Board
If one were to believe the statement of the Chairman of the Indian Wine- oops, Grape Processing Board, the increase in VAT has brought the whole wine industry down by 60% last year and there are excessive stocks in the system.
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Ab Dilli Door Nahin- Delhi Not Far Now
The wine scenario in India seems to have suddenly changed for the better overnight with the Maharashtra government making two major concessions in the taxes last week, making the mood upbeat like
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Fine Wines and More for Maharashtra
The sale of bootlegged Champagne must have gone up tremendously yesterday. Reason: the end of the longest ‘solar eclipse’ that immersed the fine wine drinkers of Maharashtra in darkness for two years.
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The Whining Indian Wine Industry
The additional 5% VAT on wines imposed by the Maharashtra Government earlier this month, raising it to 25%, has affected the wine sale in the state tremendously according to industry stalwarts like Mr. Sham
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Bangalore Boo(r)s and Bindaas
While the Karnataka wine policy has generally been appreciated by most people in the state and the bindaas folks are looking forward to new wine bars, supermarkets to pick up their wines and
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On Wine Clubs and Societies
There is a paltry number of wine clubs in India but as the wine popularity grows, the number is increasing gradually, with a few commercial ventures entering the fray in the garb of a club. It is important to understand the difference between the two models
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Hotels Bolt, Importers Can’t Revolt
The harsh excise policy announced by Delhi on June 8th and reported by delWine the same evening is all set to finish off the fine wine market in Delhi with the hotels following the path of least resistance
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Death Knell in Delhi for Fine Wine
The Notification released by the excise department in Delhi last Monday increasing the excised duty to 150-200% is final despite its not being Gazetted yet as the new Transfer Permits (TP) are being issued only if the importer is willing to submit the documents
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Aussie Wines and Racial Attacks
If the spate of racial attacks on Indian students continue in Australia and the government is unable to control the situation, the snowballing effect might end up in drop in Australian
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Maharashtra Excise May Relent
Thanks to the Karnataka Government implementing a tit-for-tat excise policy in the mid-course last year and after several parlays between the affected parties, Maharashtra excise
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Follow Singapore for Wines on Show
To promote wine trading activities and help develop the wine industry, the Singapore Government has recently announced that at approved wine exhibitions and conferences
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