Nashik-On 19th March 2024, the delegation of diplomats from European Union countries undertook a compelling study tour at the Pernod Ricard India Nashik distillery. This remarkable initiative underscores the essence of cross-cultural exchange and collaboration in today’s dynamic global landscape. The visit not only provides the group with invaluable insights into India’s alco-bev sector and wine making traditions of Nashik but also serves as a platform to identify promising opportunities for mutual cooperation and investment. This endeavor resonates deeply with the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat, emphasizing self-reliance and strategic partnerships and collaboration to drive sustainable growth and prosperity.

Photo Caption – Left to Right: Ingeborg Bayer, Counsellor Food & Agriculture, German Embassy; Leopold Direder, Austrian Embassy; Marianne Direder, Austrian Embassy; Tea Pirih, Economic Counsellor, Slovenian Embassy; Maria Fladl, First Counsellor Trade and Economic Affairs, Delegation of European Union to India; Monique Tran, Agricultural Counsellor, French Embassy; Sylvia, Economic Counsellor, French Embassy; Meike Jager, Counsellor Labour and Social Affairs, German Embassy; Vianney Meynier, Head of Agrotech and Market Entry Strategy for India and South Asia, Business France; Shilpa Gupta, Head Public Policy, Pernod Ricard India; Rupali Handa, Asst. Manager, Corporate Affairs, Pernod Ricard India