Very recently Miguel A Torres was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Institute of Masters of Wine and the Drinks Business magazine. It brought back memories of my visit to Catalunya in 2014 when I had the pleasure
Wine icons like Mario Piccini are known to keep their promises. No wonder I was invited to share lunch with him during his day long visit to New Delhi- something that he had promised a couple of months back when
Priscilla Incisa della Rocchetta, popularly known as The Princess of Sassicaia arrived on a three city tour in India. In a quick interview, the third generation torch bearer of Tenuta San Guido talks about her iconic wines and many other
A one-on-one interaction with Dr. Giuseppe Martelli, President of Italy’s National Wine Committee who arrived in New Delhi to present the case of Italian wines at “The Sweet Taste” – an event organized by the Italian Trade Commission in India.
If you have had more than a fleeting encounter with Australian wines, chances are that you would not have been untouched by the Hardys name. Adjudged the seventh most powerful wine brand in the world according to “The Power 100
Miguel Torres Maczassek is miles ahead of earning his spurs. This fifth generation scion of the Torres wine empire is accredited amongst other achievements, as being the driving force behind their ever expanding business in Chile. Now back in Vilafranca
Guillaume Deglise has his hands full. The recently appointed (Sep 2013) CEO of Vinexpo is actively helming two expositions this year- one in Hong Kong (Vinexpo Asia Pacific from 27-29 May ) and the other in Japan (Vinexpo Nippon in