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Novum takes on India's Fratelli Wines

Published:  18 May, 2012

Novum Wines has taken on Fratelli Wines from Akluj, Maharashtra, in order to strengthen its position as the leading importer of Indian wines.

Fratelli Wines is an Italian/Indian joint venture comprising three sets of brothers: the Secci brothers, Andrea and Alessio; the Sekhri brothers, Kapil and Gaurav; and the Mohite Patel brothers, Ranjitsinh and Arjunsinh.

Overseeing the vineyards and the "state-of-the-art" Italian winery is Piero Masi, the former estate manager of Isole e Olena; consultant to Castello Vicchiomaggio; and owner of Azienda Agricola Colmano, Piero Masi.

Its vineyards cover 97ha around the town of Akluj (190km south of Pune) and the wines imported are: Classic White 2011, Chenin Blanc 2011, Chardonnay 2011, Classic Red 2011 and Cabernet 2011.

The full range will be available to taste at the LIWF on Halgarten Druitt & Novum Wines' stand (J15).

Novum Wines is also the exclusive importer and distributor of Sula Wines (India's largest premium wine producer).