Bogle Wine India is selling blueberry and peach wine to wine producers in India.
The company, which is part of the Bogle group, is partnering with the Rajasthan Wine and Vineyards Limited, a joint venture between Rajasthani wineries and Bogle.
Bogle Wine has been sourcing fresh fruit from the Raja-Rajasthan Vineyards, which was started in 1871.
The wine, which has been served to winery owners in Jaipur, Pune and Bangalore, will be made from the grapes of the Rajsa and Bajaj Rajsa wineries.
“Blueberry wine is known to have a distinctive taste and aroma.
We have sourced the grapes for this wine and have put a premium on the taste and smell,” Bogle Vineyard Director Sanjay Patel told The Times of India.
Blueberry is one of the most expensive grape varieties in India and is one that has become increasingly popular in the last few years due to its quality.
The vineyard produces a variety of varieties of blueberries and blackberries, which are both grown on the same vineyard.
In 2016, the state of Maharashtra saw the highest growth in the production of blueberry.
The state has produced over 70 million tonnes of the fruit.
The vineyard has also partnered with the Maharashtra Vineyards Board of Directors for the launch of a Blueberry Jubilee.BJ and Sanjay are in the process of setting up the first batch of the Blueberry Wine.
They will be able to sell the wine to the wineries, who have been asked to provide the grapes to the wine makers, said Baj Rajashankar, CEO, Rajastha Wine and Winery.