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BOLLYWOOD AND BUBBLES

Curry, Tandoori and Sauvignon. The cult of Bacchus has arrived in the land of sacred cows. Six years after the ban that prohibited its sale (often circumvented through enigmatic diplomatic channels) Indians are discovering a new business: wine. Demand is growing, wine-producing companies are growing and above all, the well-to-do portion of the population which simply can’t do without Westernisation, with regard to gastronomy in particular, is also growing.

BOLLYWOOD AND BUBBLES

Curry, Tandoori and Sauvignon. The cult of Bacchus has arrived in the land of sacred cows. Six years after the ban that prohibited its sale (often circumvented through enigmatic diplomatic channels) Indians are discovering a new business: wine. Demand is growing, wine-producing companies are growing and above all, the well-to-do portion of the population which simply can’t do without Westernisation, with regard to gastronomy in particular, is also growing.

 

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