Four Seasons Shiraz is from the house of United Breweries. Four Seasons Wines Limited produces wines from grapes grown around Sahyadri valley in Maharashtra, India. The vineyard is a state-of-the-art winery near Baramati, around 65 kms from Pune. The USP of Four Seasons Wines is to enrich the mindset of people with wine consumption by offering world class quality at reasonable pricing.
The vineyard has breathtaking views of the landscape of the Western Ghats which has the natural conditions to nurture and nourish the wine grapes of best quality.The Soil also goes hand in hand with the weather conditions that are rich in iron with good drainage facilities and mild weather throughout the year. The location has the right setting for growth of the wine grapes.With Such systematic approach on the yield of grapes ensures good concentration of aromas and also satisfies your taste palate.
Four Seasons Shiraz
Type : Still Red Wine
Grapes : Shiraz
Origin : Baramati, Maharashtra, India
Colour : Dark ruby red with black cherry hues.
Aroma : Crushed raspberries abound, combining with spicy and smoky notes and subtle hints of violet.
Palate : This rich, full-bodied wine has a nice amount of complexity offering fruit and spice on the palate and a pleasant finish with smooth velvety tannins.
Serving suggestion: Enjoyed best at 16 â€“ 18Â° C with barbequed red meats and game meat. Its spicy character makes it an ideal accompaniment to Indian cuisine.
A fine wine to go with fine cuisine like herbed duck confit, charcuturie, barbequed or red meats, wild mushroom and chargrilled vegetables. Mature cheeses like livarot and reblochon also pair well this wine. Ready to drink now but connoisseurs will realize that this wine will age well over 5 years.
Four Seasons Wines Limited is in the process of planting 300 acres of its own vineyards around the winery. For its annual production requirement, the company has already entered into long-term contractual agreement with local farmers for 500 acres and will enter into contractual agreements for a further 2000 acres of vineyards. Besides, the company will also share its technical expertise with the local farmers of Baramati and help in their viticulture. This project will act as a catalyst in the socio-economic development of the local community by generating approximately 2000 direct and indirect job opportunities to the people of Baramati. Simultaneously it will also promote wine tourism at its winery and vineyards.
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