Grover’s Zampa Vineyards launches Grover Chêne Grande Reserve Chardonnay wine . It is a kind of wine which is being extracted from highest quality Chardonnay grapes and aged for atleast 9 years in French Oak Barrels. Adding a mountain of creamy texture along with toasty flavours embedded with hints of vanilla this comes to be the most efficacious representative of Indian wine ranges.

Loaded with enriching aromas of nectarine, hazelnuts, vanilla, and crème brûlèe, this Chardonnay  wines goes directly to one’s mood and enthralls from inside to unleash the madness within him. Concentrated flavours of apple, pear, and green plums adds majorly to your celebrations.

Vivek Chandramohan, chief executive officer, said, “Chardonnay is a Noble Grape variety in white wines! It is complex and sophisticated with high ageing potential. With the help of our expert viticulture team, we have tested this variety and succeeded in producing grapes that were right to make high-quality reserve wines. We strongly believe that Indian market has a huge potential for Chardonnay. It is truly one of the most popular grape varieties in India and across the globe. Owing to its extremely delicate and challenging process to grow, very few wineries in India produce a Chardonnay however we have been successful to have achieved it with our experience and vision. We are sure our patrons will savour the distinctive flavours and unparalleled taste.”

The Chardonnay wine pairs well with lighter food items such as steamed or grilled fish, lightly cooked crab, prawns, pasta and risotto with spring vegetables, cream enhanced soups, mildly spiced creamy Indian curries with spinach, potatoes, fish and poultry.

Grover Zampa is an Indian vineyard and wine producing company located in Doddaballapura, Karnataka. Grover Zampa was started in 1988 by Kanwal Grover who left his job in the space and defence after getting enchanted to see some French vineyards in his course of work.


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