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Focus - INDIA: The fall of Indage Vintners

India was today (1 April) given the honour of becoming the first Asian nation to join the Paris-based Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), w...

Chris Losh | 3 Jun 2008

The London International Wine Fair always offers a wide variety of exhibitors, including a healthy representation from less well-known regions. Chris Losh took the opportunity of last month’s fair to investigate some smaller but clearly ambitious wine producers from India, the Pacific north-west of the US and Israel.

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Chris Mercer | 19 Aug 2011

Australian Vintage has said that it will be forced to report a AUD3.1m (US$3.2m) impairment charge in relation to the sale of its Loxton winery.

Indian wine giant Indage Vintners plans to raise INR2bn via a share rights issue.

Indage Vintners has denied that it is in talks with Japan's Asahi and Indian businessman Ravi Jain about a stake sale, but confirmed that it is seeking to raise fresh finance.

Indage UK has signed a deal to bottle Foster's wine brands, according to an unconfirmed report.

France's Champagne producers have welcomed a decision by Indian wine group Champagne Indage to change its name to Indage Vintners, out of respect for the iconic French region.

It was the big names and the big deals that dominated the just-drinks headlines in this last week. Read on to see which stories attracted the most visitors over the last seven days.

Kevin Jacobs | 22 May 2008

India’s oldest and largest vintner, Champagne Indage has acquired UK-based supplier Darlington Wines.

Champagne Indage said today (16 May) its units plan to acquire wine businesses in South Africa, the UK and South Australia.

Indian wine group Champagne Indage has posted a healthy set of figures for its fourth quarter.

Bhavna Rathore | 24 Jan 2007

Indian wine group Champagne Indage has bought the winemaking arm of Australian company Tandou for an undisclosed sum. The deal is Champagne Indage’s second international acquisition. Last year, the company bought UK-based wine agent McKinley Vintners.

Bhavna Rathore | 13 Sep 2006

Champagne Indage, the market leader in wines in India, has divested a 6.9% stake to US private equity firm Emerging Markets Management.

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