- May 15, 2019 / 4 min readGrover Zampa has also unveiled exclusive wines from the brand’s stable, including Vendanges Tardives, La Réserve Royale Brut and a new vintage of Insignia.
Grover Zampa Vineyards, India’s indigenous wine producer, has launched visitor centre ‘Lounge de La Réserve’ at its Bengaluru vineyard. With this launch, the company has forayed into the hospitality industry.
Grover Zampa has also unveiled exclusive wines from the brand’s stable, including Vendanges Tardives, La Réserve Royale Brut and a new vintage of Insignia.
In January 2019, the company has acquired Bengaluru-based Four Seasons Wines for Rs 31.86 crore. This acquisition was in line with the brand’s growth strategy.
Vivek Chandramohan, CEO of Grover Zampa Vineyards, said, ''The plan at the moment is to invest in the vineyards and viticulture. Good quality grapes are now our focus, and we need to have excellent control over the vineyards to get good quality grapes.''
''We are also looking at investment in different technologies. We have recently invested in the clay pot wine making process which is called Georgian Clay Pot Wine. We are also planning to introduce primitive wine making technology. Much of the money, which is coming from the investors, is being invested in technologies. And the second leg of the investment will be spending in fortifying our hospitality part,'' he further stated.
Ravi Viswanathan, Chairman, Grover Zampa Vineyards, added, ''We have been striving to make strong amendments to shape and grow the wine industry, and raising the standards of Indian vino while making a mark internationally. Directed by this very commitment, we are extremely excited to launch Lounge de La Réserve and the newer wines, which we believe are truly reflective of the capabilities of the Indian terroir and address to an evolved wine consumer.''
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