Delhi: New Delhi is to get up to 60 per cent of all wines delivered by the Indian wine delivery company Red Robin by 2019, said a report on Wednesday.
According to a report in the Times of India, Red Robin would deliver all the wine delivered to customers’ homes in Delhi in 2019-20.
The delivery company, which operates in Delhi and Mumbai, has been facing challenges in delivering wines due to its lack of facilities.
According the report, the company has been faced with financial losses in recent years.
In March, Red Robins chief executive, Shreev Kishore, said the company was facing a loss of Rs 6 crore due to the financial difficulties.
Red Robin has also faced financial challenges with its new wine technology.