From the INDIAN WINE ACADEMY Newsletter, 28 February 2011 11:07
Following the success of the maiden edition of the 2-day festival held in April 2010, the second edition of the Bangalore International Wine Festival is being organised at Palace Grounds in Bangalore from March 11 for 3 days with around 30 wine companies expected to be present for tasting by the general public along with several wine related programmes.
The event includes the staple activities such events, namely wine appreciation seminars and guided tasting sessions, grape stomping, fashion shows, music bands and seminars on wine tasting.
B. N. Nanjundaiah, Managing Director of Naka wines, one of the promoters of the Festival, claims that in the previous edition in 2010, more than 25,000 people had visited the festival held at White Petals. This time, the event is expected to attract around 45,000 visitors, which would make it the most popular and attended wine festival in India. (suite…)