The annual wine festival is set to begin in Mumbai to showcase some of India’s best produce.

Wine fans could be planning to take flights to Mumbai in the coming days as the city is poised to host its annual festival dedicated to the drink.

The York Festival is set to begin in the city on January 20th 2012 but those who are planning to attend need to be quick getting hold of tickets, as there will only be a limited number available, the Hindustan Times reported.

Speaking about the event, organiser and owner of York Wintery Ravi Gurnani told the newspaper he has high hopes for its second year.

“The weather’s great and it coincides with the vintage season, so we decided to host the festival and celebrate the kick-starting of another year’s wine making,” he said.

This event may make up for the unusually quiet new year some people who took flights to Mumbaiexperienced, as many clubs were forced to switch off their music as they did not obtain a licence.

Written by Erin Marshall

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