India’s York Winery: in the pink | Ruma Singh. India’s York Winery bucks the trend by opting to produce a vintage sparkling rosé wine York Winery which started in 2008, has established itself in the Indian wine industry fairly quickly. The family-owned and run wine company based in India’s popular winemaking region of Nashik, Maharastra is already producing 10 different wines to date – red, white and sparkling wines – within this short period. The latest add-on to their portfolio is a vintage sparkling rosé, the second to be produced in India. While the sparkling wine market is exploding everywhere in the world, in India’s nascent market interest is far from significant levels with the exception of champagne at the top end of the market. So the decision to make a sparkling rosé, a vintage at that, intrigued me. Kailash Gurnani with his new vintage sparkling rosé wine “Yes, the market is small in India, but people who visit our winery and tasting room often ask if we make a rosé sparkling.
India’s second vintage sparkling rosé. Ruma Singh | Between the wines by Ruma Singh.