India Pours a Glass

By Dora Cheok and Joyce Choi - 2014-02-26T05:00:34Z

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Fruits of the Harvest

India grows a lot of grapes, an estimated 1.7 million tons a year. But only about 10% goes into the production of wine. The rest are used as table grapes and raisins.  

An employee puts crushed grape wastage from the crusher-destemmer machine into containers at Sula Vineyards' production facility, operated by Nashik Vintners, in the Nashik Valley, Maharashtra, India.