Indian outsourcing?

Wow, the idea of an endless harvest would really revolutionize the wine industry. Now to just try something besides Muscat! Story from India news

The area [Cumbum] is a major centre for grapes production with 4000 small farmers producing over 90,000 tonnes of Muscat grapes, locally known as “paneer dhrakshai”, and about 10,000 tonnes of Thomson seedless grapes.

The unique feature of the grapes grown here is that they are harvested throughout the year, as compared to other areas where the grapes growing season ends with the summers.

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Comments are closed.


Wine Maps

Recent Comments

Recent Posts

See my op-eds in the NYT
"Drink Outside the Box"
"Red, White, and Green"


Monthly Archives


Blog posts via email



Wine industry jobs


One of the “fresh voices taking wine journalism in new and important directions.” -World of Fine Wine

“His reporting over the past six months has had seismic consequences, which is a hell of an accomplishment for a blog.”

"News of such activities, reported last month on a wine blog called Dr. Vino, have captivated wine enthusiasts and triggered a fierce online debate…" The Wall Street Journal

"...well-written, well-researched, calm and, dare we use the word, sober." -Dorothy Gaiter & John Brecher, WSJ

jbf07James Beard Foundation awards

Saveur, best drinks blog, finalist 2012.

Winner, Best Wine Blog

One of the "seven best wine blogs." Food & Wine,

One of the three best wine blogs, Fast Company

See more media...


Wine books on Amazon: