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Enoteca by Madhuloka played host to an evening of wine tasting and wine appreciation with Peter Csizmadia-Honigh conducting an interactive session for the wine enthusiasts of Bengaluru. The event organised by Enoteca was the grand debut for Peter Csizmadis-Honigh’s book, The Wines of India, in Bengaluru.

The Wines of India

The Wines of India is a comprehensive guide written by Csizmadia-Honigh, featuring 50 wine producers of the country and over 400 wines. The book contains accurate classification of Indian wineries and detailed profiles of various wine producers in the country. Although originally from Hungary, Peter has travelled the world for over a decade consulting and writing about different wine regions. His articles has been published in Sommelier India, The Drinks Business, VinCE Magazine and The Greek Star. “I have been traversing the world for the past decade, reviewing wines and visiting several wine regions, and with the fondness I have for India, I feel like I can present an objective view on Indian wines,” said Csizmadia-Honigh.

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Wines of India is one of the first books to focus on classifying the various wineries present in the country. “The book is trying to convey the stories of 50 wine producers in India, concentrating on giving a background on what is growing in the country.”

Peter noted that purpose of the book was to shed light on the wines being produced in the country and to enlighten its readers on different classifications of wines available in India and to increase the knowledge of Indian wine enthusiasts. “When you read the book, you can see that my intention was to really educate people who only see wines as red and white. The way I constructed the book was to tell stories of winemakers in India and bring an unbiased view to the readers so they can take the meaty bits out of the book and learn more about the wines of India.”