cool refreshingly sparkling wines - refreshing at curry-time, summer-time, anytime
Viceroy: The governor of a country, province, or colony, ruling as the representative of a sovereign. French: vice-, = vice; roi = king. from Latin Rex = King
It is believed that the first European style wines were brought to India by the Portuguese. Francisco de Almeida, 1450–1510, was the Portuguese colonial administrator who was the first viceroy of the Portuguese possessions of Goa, Daman and Diu in India (1505–1509). Warren Hastings, 1732–1818, British colonial administrator who as governor-general of India instituted British control of the Indian government.
Warren Edwardes was named after Warren Hastings. His father, Lt. Col Cyril Edwardes DeLima lived near the Viceroy's statue in Calcutta in 1952.
Pale greenish-yellow ™is a blend of the refreshing grapes used in Cava - Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo - with hints of green apple and citrus with a pleasing taste and fine acidity. Alcohol 11.5% vol.
for more information on Wine
for Spice™'s naturally
semi-sparkling cool refreshingly sparkling wines to drink with curries &
spicy food - a refreshing alternative to a gassy lager - refreshing at
curry-time & refreshing in the summer-time:
Wine for Spice Limited is a founder member and organiser of The Association of Small Direct Wine-Merchants (ASDW) which was formed, as the name implies, by a group of British independent small wine merchants directly selling to the general public via mail order and the internet.