An Overview: Recent Research and Market Trends of Indian Wine Industry

Journal Title: Journal of Food Processing & Beverages - Year 2015, Vol 3, Issue 1


The wine industry related to flavor science is one of the most globalized industries in the world. Even though wine was mentioned as Somras or Madira in Indian mythology it has been viewed as a European product. Despite several socio economic constraints, the Indian wine market has already tasted its share of recognition in the global market over the past few years. The increasing annual growth at 25-30% and the lower per capita wine consumption indicate immense potentiality of the untapped Indian wine market. The wine market depends on the wine production, consumption, imports and exports. This paper presents an overview of the research contributions and market trends of Indian wine industry. The contributions in the field of viticulture have been utilized by the industry and have led to the progressive economic growth of India.

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Sarovar Bheemathati


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  • EP ID EP209482
  • DOI 10.13188/2332-4104.1000012
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Sarovar Bheemathati (2015). An Overview: Recent Research and Market Trends of Indian Wine Industry. Journal of Food Processing & Beverages, 3(1), 1-5.