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Title: Progress report of Karnataka Grape Wine Board


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Progress report of Karnataka Grape Wine Board
2
Scenario of Wine Industry
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Karnataka Wine Industry Two
Wineries in the state. Grover Vineyard and Hampi
Heritage. Total Wine sales in the state
(including fortified Wine)
  in lakh litres in lakh litres
Source of Supply 2006-07 2007-08
Foreign 0.8 1.2
Imported (Within the Country) 3.4 3.9
Local (Within the state) 8.9 11.5
 Total 13.1 16.6
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Upcoming Wineries in Karnataka.
  • South Karnataka
  • Nakaspurt Winery, Devanahalli.
  • Nandi Winery, Dodballapur.
  • Laterra Winery, GowriBidanur
  • North Karnataka
  • Dada Winery, Belgaum.
  • Bhanodaya Winery, Khustagi, Belgaum
  • Note Total area increase in Grape Wine crop is
    going to reach around 1000 acres in the
    short time.

5
Expected area increase of Grape Wine crop.
6
Wine Industry scenario of Karnataka and
Maharashtra
  Karnataka Maharashtra
Total number of Wineries 2 51
Total Wine produced 7.0 lakh litres 1.32 Crore liters
Total Wine consumed 16.6 lakh litres (including Fortified wine) 11.24 lakh litres
Rise in Wine Sales 30 40
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Sub-Committee Meeting-1
  • Conducted meeting on 27/11/2007 under the
    chairmanship of Managing Director, KSBCL.
  • Agenda Contract Farming, Wine Institute, Logo
    for Wine Board and Wine Fair.
  • The following course of action was agreed.
  • To make clear tripartite agreement between Farmer
    and Company, Farmer and Bank and Bank and
    company.
  • Establishment of Wine Institute in IIHR to
    facilitate capacity and skill development in the
    sector.
  • Creation of logo for Wine Board. (Mr. Kapil
    Grover has suggested around 15 logos for the
    consideration of Board).
  • Discussion to conduct Wine fairs by Wine
    appreciation program through seminars.

9
Sub-Committee Meeting-1
  • Members presented in the meeting
  • Mr.N.Sivasailam, MD, KSBCL- In the Chair
  • Dr.S.V.Hittalamani, Additional Director of
    Horticulture.
  • Dr.B.Krishna, MD, WineBoard
  • Mr.Kapil Grover, Director, Grover Vineyards
  • Mr.B.N.Nanjundaiah, CMD, Nakaspurt.
  • Mr.Lokesh Gowda, Grape Grower, LGFarms
  • Mr.B.M.Kokkare, President, Grape Growers
    Association
  • Mr.B.Manjunath, Manager, Wine Board
  • Special Invitee - Mr.Hanumantha Raju, Chief
    Manager, Rural development Agri business unit,
    State Bank of India

10
Sub-Committee Meeting-2
  • Conducted meeting on 05/02/2008 under the
    chairmanship of Managing Director, KSBCL.
  • Agenda Establishment of Wine Institute at IIHR
    and UAS,Dharwad
  • The following course of action was agreed.
  • Development of Grape Wine varieties and
    production of Grape Wine varieties through local
    nursery development and in-house RD. The IIHR,
    Bangalore and College of Agriculture, UAS,
    Bijapur would facilitate the following in
    consultation with the Wine Board and the
    Industry.
  • Recommendation of suitable varieties based on
    soil and environmental conditions on identified
    farmers lands.
  • Creation of institutional support for farmers and
    industry to easily access technology support for
    cultivation of Grape Wine.
  • Development of short term skill based training
    courses (Diploma and certificate courses) in
    Grape Wine cultivation and Industry.

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Sub-Committee Meeting-2
  • Members presented in the meeting
  • Mr.N.Sivasailam, MD, KSBCL- In the Chair
  • Dr.J.H.Kulkarni, Vice Chancellor, UAS, Dharwad
  • Dr.B.Krishna, MD, Wine Board
  • Dr.G.S.Prakash Head, Division of Fruit crops,
    IIHR,
  • Dr.A.B.Patil, Prof. Head College of
    Agriculture, Bijapur
  • Mr.B.Manjunath, Manager, Wine Board
  • 11 Scientists from various faculties of IIHR and
    UAS, Dharwad.

12
Sub-Committee Meeting-3
  • Conducted meeting on 10/03/2008 under the
    chairmanship of Managing Director, KSBCL.
  • Agenda Meeting and Discussion with the
    delegates of California Wine Institute, USA.

13
  • California Wine Institute delegates expressed
    their desire to have MOU between UAS,
    Bijapur/IIHR through the facilitation of Wine
    Board for deriving the mutual benefits in the
    following areas.
  • Exchange of root stock material
  • Supplying of new grape wine cultivars
  • Developing wine connoisseurs/masters in India
  • Exchange of wine yeast technology for making
    active dry yeast powder.
  • Detection of virus in seedlings supply of
    healthy planting material to growers.
  • Exchange of technical information.
  • Visits of Indian Experts/Growers /Administrators
    to California Vice Versa.
  • Studying the method of creating the American wine
    grape growing regions and exploring the same to
    Indian conditions in creating a zone of special
    wine appellation.
  • Organizing International Events in collaboration
    with Indian and Californian Wine Institutes.
  • Studying the regulation method to achieve quality
    wine production in California exploring the
    same to Indian conditions.

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Sub-Committee Meeting-3
  • Members presented in the meeting
  • Mr.N.Sivasailam, MD, KSBCL- In the Chair
  • Mr.James. M. Gore, Associate, International
    Affairs and Trade Policy Washington,
  • Mr.Kal Sunder, Vice- President E J. Gallo
    Winery, California
  • Mr.George Mathew, Economic Specialist, American
    Consulate General, Chennai.
  • Dr.B.Krishna, MD, Wine Board
  • Mr.C.Veerabadraiah, ED, KSBCL,
  • Mr.James, GM,KSBCL
  • Dr.A.B.Patil, Prof. Head College of
    Agriculture, Bijapur
  • Dr.P.Sampath Kumar, Senior Scientist (Hort),
    IIHR.
  • Dr.Ranjita K. Scientist (Microbiology) IIHR.
  • Mr.B.Manjunath, Manager, Wine Board

15
Field Visits
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Site visit for the proposed Wine park at Bijapur
  • Dr.B.Krishna, MD,Wine Board, visited the
    proposed site (Thoravi village, Bijapur Talluk)
    for Wine park along with Mr.B.M.Kokare, Member,
    Wine Board, Dr.A.B.Patil and Scientists from
    Bijapur, Revenue Inspector and Land Surveyor,
    Bijapur
  • The following were the observations.
  • The site is not located on the main road and is
    not having proper approach road.
  • The soil is very shallow and rocky and requires
    huge investment for making it suitable for
    vineyard planting.
  • The site looks dry with no vegetation on the
    survey numbers proposed and after the enquiry
    made with local residents near by it was said
    that there is no water source.
  • The members felt that if only wineries are to be
    established without vineyards then the site could
    be considered provided water is made available
    even for the number of wineries that are planned
    after taking the report from the geologists
  • Note Deputy Commissioner of Bijapur
    Mr.B.G.Nandakumar asked the Tahasildar, Basavana
    Bagewadi to locate such lands near Almatti dam
    site either near Nidagundi or between Mulawad to
    Kolar.

17
  • Visit to Bijapur to study the crop loss of
    Grapes during recent rain havoc.
  • The following were the observations.
  • Minimum damage and loss to the Wine Grapes
    because of early harvest.
  • Nearly 50-60 crop loss in case of Table Grapes.
  • Conducted awareness program on different schemes
    of NHM, MIS, Farm Ponds, Cold Storages, Community
    Tanks, Vermicomposts, Biodigester units and
    Manuka sheds (raisin dryer).

18
  • Visit to Bagalkot, Bijapur, Belgaum, Koppal,
    Devanahalli, Chikballapur, Dodballapur, Kolar and
    Tumkur.
  • Noticed that some farmers were growing Wine Grape
    varieties without contract farming agreement.
  • Farmers were asked to grow Wine Grape varieties
    only after the contract farming agreement.
  • Educated the Wine Grape growers with the advanced
    cultivation practice.
  • Nearly 100 farmers are benefited with the
    different schemes of NHM, MIS, Farm Ponds, Cold
    Storages, Community Tanks, Vermicomposts,
    Biodigester units and Manuka sheds (raisin
    dryer).

19
Vineyard visits
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  • Vineyard visits
  • Hampi Heritage Winery, Bijapur
  • Naka Spurt, Devanahalli
  • Provided assistance for both the Grapevine yards
    through Department of Horticulture schemes - MIS,
    Farm Ponds, Community Tanks, Vermicomposts and
    Biodigester units.

21
  • 3.Grover Vineyard, Dodballapur
  • With the leadership of MD, KSBCL a trip to
    Grover Vineyard is organized for the senior
    officials of Government of Karnataka and their
    family.
  • Event includes
  • Grape Vineyard visit
  • Winery visit
  • Wine tasting followed by lunch.

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Grape Vineyard visit
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Winery visit
24
Wine Tasting Session
25
  • Future plan of Wine Board
  • To increase the area and production of Grape wine
    crop in Karnataka state by encouraging the large
    numbers of farmers.
  • Making Contract farming agreement compulsory to
    all the Grape Wine growers and should register in
    the Wine Board.
  • Creation of institutional support for farmers and
    industry to easily access technology support for
    cultivation of Grape Wine through IIHR, Bangalore
    and UAS, Dharwad.
  • Development of short term skill based training
    courses (Diploma and certificate courses) in
    Grape Wine cultivation and Industry.
  • To create database on Wine by developing the Wine
    Board website with all the advanced information
    on Wine cultivation and Wine industry.
  • Conducting promotional activities for creating
    awareness about Wine Grape Cultivation, Wine
    Production and Consumption.
  • Wine festival, Wine Tour, Seminars on Wine and
    Wine Etiquettes

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Discussion
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